Google’s homepage doodle featured artwork celebrating black history, and included a sign that said “Black Lives Matter,” long after the Islamic State inflicted deadly attacks across Brussels, Belgium.

Gunshots were first reported at 8:00a.m. local time in Brussels. That’s 3:00a.m. Eastern Standard Time.

Google posted the artwork on its homepage on Monday, the 21st, and didn’t remove the image until shortly before 1:00p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 22. That’s hours after President Barack Obama, other world leaders, and Belgium officials released statements and information about the coordinated attacks that claimed at least 34 lives.

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