The terrorist attacks that struck Brussels on March 22, 2016, threw a spotlight on a persistent but growing social problem: Young people whose families come from other parts of the world often struggle to find a place in the social and economic life of that city. Their sense of isolation is especially acute when they try to enter the city’s job market. Among 28 European Union countries, according to a recent report by the European Commission, Belgium has the second-highest employment...

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