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Daily Archives: April 21, 2011
It’s well worth watching this interview with Chris Hondros on why he did the job he did. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
Yesterday in the Wall Street Journal, an article about Libya’s exiled crown prince Mohammed El Senussi, who says he is ready to serve his country in whichever way it is necessary. Mohammed El Senussi, the exiled crown prince of Libya, … Continue reading
The New York Times have two articles, one for Tim Hetherington and one for Chris Hondros, where several of their colleagues remember their personalities and past assignments with them. They also include beautiful photography by these two men. On Chris … Continue reading
This beautiful short piece comes from Jeff, at Worldathon. He writes: Misrata in many ways resembles Dresden after the allied bombing of World War II. Most of this once proud city is reduced to rubble,the victim of 42 days of … Continue reading
This video from Al Manara Media shows a number of civilians captured by Gaddafi’s forces being humiliated and abused by their captors.
Via Wefaq Libya, this video shows a number of tanks belonging to Gaddafi’s Hamza Brigade that the opposition destroyed and disabled.
Al Jazeera’s Sue Turton remembers her first assignment with Tim Hetherington, who was killed in Misrata yesterday. She describes him as a very humble person, always switching the focus away from himself. He cared about the people he filmed and … Continue reading
Two acclaimed photographers, Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington, were killed yesterday in Misrata after they came under mortar fire. The Telegraph now shares the last set of photographs that Chris Hondros submitted. View the gallery here
New York: London: Tripoli: 21:15 Reuters The United States is starting to use armed Predator drones in Libya to target Muammar Gaddafi’s forces after President Barack Obama approved their use, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday. The unmanned aircraft, … Continue reading