The Newsroom

Klaidman, Daniel
March 2013
Newsweek Global;3/15/2013, Vol. 161 Issue 11, p1
The article discusses the relationships between U.S. soldiers and members of the press as of March 2013, focusing on the author's experiences as the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for "Newsweek" Magazine during the Iraq War. Reporter Melinda Liu's observations of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's final days are also addressed. The embedding of journalists with American military units is mentioned, including reporter Kevin Peraino's work with the Charlie Rock Company of the Third Infantry Division.


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