Journalist Ketevan Kardava was at the check-in area inside the Brussels Airport when the bombs went off Tuesday. She was just feet from an attacker. In less than two minutes, she took photographs that became symbols of the terror attacks in Belgium.
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Published: 2021-04-15 06:52 am
Photographer on taking iconic images of Brussels attacks
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