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Images of bus crash victims

British victim 11-year-old Sebastian Bowles moved to Belgium with his parents Credit: Facebook
Photos of the victims have been put on display in a condolences room in Lommel, Belgium Credit: Press Association
A total of 28 people died, 22 of them were pupils Credit: Press Association
A minute's silence has been observed across Belgium Credit: Press Association
Military transport aircraft carried the bodies of the 22 children and six adults back to Belgium Credit: Press Association
Flags are being flown at half-mast on public buildings across Belgium Credit: Press Association
Today's national day of mourning is Belgium's first since 2004 Credit: Press Association
Some reports suggest the driver was handling a DVD just before the crash Credit: Press Association
Stekske school in Lommel lost 15 children and two teachers in the crash Credit: Press Association
Children from two Belgian schools were involved the crash Credit: Press Association
The crash happened as the coaches were heading home Credit: Press Association
Rescuers said the scene looked 'like a war zone' Credit: Press Association
There was no rain, snow or congestion at the time of the crash Credit: Press Association
The pupils has a skiing holiday in Val d'Anniviers in the Swiss Alps Credit: Press Association
Belgium's Prime Minister said: "the whole country weeps" Credit: Press Association
The children were mostly aged 12 Credit: Press Association

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