'Lost in Laos'

Thirty years ago, four combat photographers went to cover a very different war, and vanished. Join host Neal Conan for a discussion with Richard Pyle, former Saigon bureau chief for the Associated Press, about their fate, their purpose, and the story of the Saigon press corps — Lost Over Laos.


Richard Pyle
* Co-author of Lost Over Laos
* Covered the Vietnam War for the AP and served as the AP's bureau chief in Saigon

Horst Faas
* Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer
* Associated Press photo Editor for Europe Africa and the Middle East

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