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While the conflicts in Syria are in their 7th year, civilian lives continue to be lost. The bus convoy carrying civilians being evacuated from a region of the country of the past week was attacked by a bomb.

In the explosion, where 126 people lost their lives, a war photographer put his job aside and ran to help a small child.

A war photographer’s instinct is to take photographs, regardless of what’s happening in front of the lens.

A war photographer’s instinct is to take photographs, regardless of what’s happening in front of the lens.
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But when a massive explosion took out a convoy of buses filled with evacuees in Syria recently, it wasn’t Abd Alkader Habak’s photographer instinct that kicked in.

It was his human instinct that made him put his camera down and pick up a boy badly injured by the blast.

It was his human instinct that made him put his camera down and pick up a boy badly injured by the blast.
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Although the photographer didn't know if the boy survived, he said he was still moving and breathing when he put him in the ambulance. Another photographer caught the brave and selfless moment on camera, and later another picture was taken of Habak crying on his knees beside the body of another young victim.

Although the photographer didn't know if the boy survived, he said he was still moving and breathing when he put him in the ambulance. Another photographer caught the brave and selfless moment on camera, and later another picture was taken of Habak crying on his knees beside the body of another young victim.
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The scene was horrible — especially seeing children wailing and dying in front of you,” he told CNN.

The blast, which briefly knocked out Habak, reportedly killed 126 people.

The blast, which briefly knocked out Habak, reportedly killed 126 people.
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“I decided along with my colleagues that we’d put our cameras aside and start rescuing injured people.”

“I was overcome with emotion,” he said, “What I and my colleagues witnessed is indescribable.” Be warned that some of the following images are graphic.

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