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Brussels attacks, cont’d.: The number of people killed in last week’s deadly attacks climbed to 35 with the deaths of four people who were in hospital, the Belgian Crisis Center said. Authorities have identified 28 victims so far, the center said. Four Americans are among the dead, a U.S. State Department official told NBC News.  Two were identified last week as Justin and Stephanie Shults, an American couple who worked as accountants in Brussels. The other two have yet to be named. Three attackers were also killed last Tuesday; authorities are seeking a fourth man in connection with the attacks. Four people have been arrested and charged so far. Prosecutors have identified them as Faycal C, who was arrested Saturday, and Yassine A, Mohamed B, and Aboubaker O, who were arrested Sunday and charged Monday.

Who was behind the deadly attack in Lahore? A Taliban splinter group claimed responsibility for the bombing that killed more than 70 people and wounded 300 others. Pakistani security agencies said a number of “suspected terrorists and facilitators” were arrested following the attack on a park where Christians were celebrating Easter. Still, most of the victims were Muslim.

The fourth member of the Final Four: North Carolina, which beat Notre Dame 88-74 last night, will play Syracuse on April 2. In the other semifinal, Villanova will play Oklahoma.

RIP, Sister Angelica: The Roman Catholic nun who founded the Eternal Word Television Network died on Easter. She was 92.