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Two cameras are posed symbolically during a memorial service for photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros held in Benghazi on April 21.
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May 6, 2011 The dangers of conflict photography weigh heavily, as does the knowledge that no story or photo is worth a life. But an assignment involves an adventure and a paycheck.
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Photo combination: photographer Tim Hetherington (L) climbing from a building in Misrata, Libya, on Wednesday, and American photographer Chris Hondros in Misrata on Monday.
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April 21, 2011 Though they all know the dangers they face in war zones, "you never expect it to be someone that you know and that you work with," says NPR photojournalist David Gilkey. But the fallen journalists' colleagues, he says, will pull together.
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Photojournalist Chris Hondros poses with a a former Liberian government soldier in Monrovia, Liberia, in 2005.
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April 20, 2011 The award-winning journalist died when a mortar struck near where he was working. Hetherington co-directed the acclaimed film Restrepo. Other correspondents were also reportedly hit.
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