What's It Like to Cover a War?


Donatella Lorch
* Correspondent with Newsweek Magazine

Scott Baldauf
* South Asian Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Nic Robertson
* International Correspondent, CNN in Chaman, Afghanistan (outside of Kandahar)

Deena Burnett
* Widow of Thomas Burnett who died in the crash of the Flight 93 in Pennsylvania

Eight journalists have been killed since the war in Afghanistan began seven weeks ago. The number may seem high, but there are more reporters covering this war. What's it REALLY like covering a war?



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