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Kidnapped Twice, Photojournalist Returns To War Zone: 'It's What I Do,' She Says

Lynsey Addario was taken captive in 2011 while covering Libya's civil war. With a gun to her head, she says, she was thinking, "Will I ever get my cameras back?"

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Twice Kidnapped, Photographer Returns To War Zone: 'It's What I Do'

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