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August 26, 2014 7:01 PM

Dan K. Thomasson: Cautionary tales for war correspondents everywhere

Being a war correspondent is glamorous and exciting, high up on the list of any aspiring young journalist. But it is also extremely dangerous under any circumstance, but especially when those practicing it are pretty much on their own without the proper support or guidance.

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