mar 22, 2016 - Brussels Bombing
Two suicide bombers at Brussels Airport in Belgium attacked a departure hall by setting off their explosives, killing 35 people and injuring over 300. This attack is significant as it added to the problem of airport security not being strong enough. This also brought into question the efficiency of airport security lines, as one viewpoint believes that they are far too slow. They think that the long lines of passengers waiting to get on their planes creates a huge disruption and is even dangerous, as terrorists can bomb the populated area just like they did in the Brussels Bombing. The stakeholder that comes into discussion are the people who are flying U.S. airports, as they feel that their safety is not guaranteed. They want the airport lines to be much more safer and careful, as they do not want their lives to be in danger.
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