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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / KETEVAN KARDAVA / Georgian Public Broadcaster An injured woman looks on as another speaks on her mobile phone following twin blasts at Brussels airport in Zaventem on March 22, 2016 as part of co-ordinated attacks claimed by Islamic State group (IS) millitants at the city's airport and in a Metro train. Airlines cancelled hundreds of flights and European railways froze links with Brussels after a series of bombs blasts killed around 35 people in the city's airport and a metro train, sparking a broad security response. Belgium locked down the capital, home to the headquarters of the European Union and NATO, and imposed its highest level of security alert after the explosions, which extinguished about 20 lives in the metro and another 14 in the airport, according to authorities in Brussels.  Ketevan Kardava / Georgian Public Broadcaster / AFP
 

Nidhi Chaphekar, dont le cliché a fait le tour du monde après les attentats de Bruxelles, raconte dans un journal belge que cette photo lui "a sauvé la vie".

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