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Ceremony held for victims of Swiss bus crash in Belgium

2012-03-15 03:12:37 GMT2012-03-15 11:12:37(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A lady lies a flower at the entrance of Sint-Lambertus primary school in Heverlee of Lueven, Belgium, in memory of victims of the bus crash that killed 22 children on March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

A girl holds a candle during a ceremony for the victims of a bus crash in Switzerland at St Pieters church in Leuven of Belgium, March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

A boy and his father lie candles during a ceremony for the victims of a bus crash in Switzerland at St Pieters church in Leuven of Belgium, March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

People light candles during a ceremony for the victims of a bus crash in Switzerland at St Pieters church in Leuven of Belgium, March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

A lady adjusts candles during a ceremony for the victims of a bus crash in Switzerland at St Pieters church in Leuven of Belgium, March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

Flowers, candles and toys are placed at the entrance of Sint-Lambertus primary school in Heverlee of Lueven, Belgium, in memory of victims of the bus crash that killed 22 children on March 14, 2012. Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night. (Xinhua/Ye Pingfan)

People light candles during a ceremony for the victims of a bus crash in Switzerland at St Pieters church in Leuven of Belgium, March 14, 2012.

Twenty-eight Belgians, including twenty-two children from two schools in Lommel, and Heverlee of Lueven in Belgium, were killed in a serious bus accident that occurred in southwest Switzerland on Tuesday night.

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