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RECONSTRUCTION. The attack in Zaventem: “There was a man standing next to me. He lost a foot. But he asked me if he could help”

Summary by Het Laatste Nieuws
They had another coffee in the Délifrance and wished each other a “good trip”. Then Ibrahim El Bakraoui and Najim Laachraoui blew up. A hurricane of flying glass, luggage and debris swept through the Zaventem departure hall. “I saw that I had lost a leg. The man next to me had no head anymore.” The attack in the airport, through the eyes of terrorists, victims and aid workers.
Published 2 months ago · Zaventem, Belgium

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RECONSTRUCTION. The attack in Zaventem: “There was a man standing next to me. He lost a foot. But he asked me if he could help”

They had another coffee in the Délifrance and wished each other a “good trip”. Then Ibrahim El Bakraoui and Najim Laachraoui blew up. A hurricane of flying glass, luggage and debris swept through the Zaventem departure hall. “I saw that I had lost a leg. The man next to me had no head anymore.” The attack in the airport, through the eyes of terrorists, victims and aid workers.

2 months ago·Kobbegem, Belgium
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