“It’s for the people who went to heaven.” — Six-year-old Carlton Kahindi, gently placing a tea candle on a makeshift memorial in Brussels’ central square.
“If we are going to keep this beautiful American experiment going we’re going to have to stay unified.” — House Speaker Paul Ryan, decrying the nasty tone of the U.S. presidential race.
“We love this country. We came from nothing. They gave us everything. It’s crazy. This country is built on immigrants.” — Sam Chashku, a Syrian immigrant who arrived in the U.S. two decades ago, reacting to Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s call for increased surveillance of Muslims.
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