Hassan, Adeel
May 2003
Columbia Journalism Review;May/Jun2003, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p23
Explores the motivation of journalists in risking their lives to cover war stories. Experiences of war correspondents from previous wars; Coverage of the war in Iraq; Journalists who died while covering the 2003 war in Iraq.


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