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Myanmar journalist arrested for satirical Facebook post

Yangon - A journalist in Myanmar was detained by police Friday after he posted a satirical image on Facebook that depicted renewed hostilities between government forces and an ethnic rebel group in the country's northeastern Shan State, reports say.

Op-Ed: Obama had tried to rescue photojournalist Foley

Washington D.c. - It was clear there was something even more somber than usual when President Barack Obama talked of the slaughter of photojournalist James Foley, calling him a friend. Obama had sent special forces to try to rescue him, sources are reporting.

Thieves rob photojournalist Christopher Morris twice in one day

Detroit - World famous photojournalist Christopher Morris has been robbed twice in one day whilst in Detroit. The thieves stole $15,000 worth of camera equipment. Ironically, Morris was on assignment for a positive piece on Detroit and the Jeep brand recovery.

Photojournalist wins $1.2 million in copyright infringement trial

New York - In a landmark decision, a jury awarded photojournalist, Daniel Morel, $1.2 million (£740,000) for infringement of copyright. The sum will be paid by defendants Agence France-Presse and Getty Images who used his photographs without asking his permission.

Tenn. driver admits to set-up

The DUI stop in Tennessee that became a viral sensation over the July 4th weekend apparently is not what it first appears to be.

Video: Photojournalist's unique capture of Brazilian protests

Rio De Janeiro - Michel de Souza is a Brazilian photojournalist. He has captured the protests in Rio over the last few days in a very unique and artistic way. His video is titled "In the Eye of the Hurricane."

Malcolm Browne, Vietnam’s ‘burning-monk’ photographer dies at 81

Thetford - Photo-journalist Malcolm W Browne, author of the famous Pulitzer prize-winning picture showing the self-immolation of a Buddhist monk in Vietnam in 1963, died August 27 at age 81 in a hospital in New Hampshire.

New York Times photojournalist fights brutal NYPD arrest

New York - Robert Stolarik was doing his job, covering the arrest of a 16-year-old girl in the Bronx, when the NYPD brutally assaulted and arrested him.

Director of Oscar winner Restrepo killed in Libya

Photojournalist Tim Hetherington, 40, has been killed in Libya. Hetherington, photographer Michael Brown, Chris Hondros of Getty Images, and Guy Martin of Panos Pictures were hit by an RPG in Misrata.

South African war photojournalist loses legs in land mine blast

Veteran South African photojournalist Joao Silva, 44, a father of two, lost the lower part of both his legs last Saturday after stepping on a land mine in Afghanistan. What's amazing is that Joao Silva kept on taking pictures even after the explosion.

Photojournalist injured snapping Olympic Torch in Toronto

A photojournalist was sent to hospital in Toronto after being pushed to the ground during the Olympic torch relay. The Toronto Star journalist was said to be dazed and had difficulty talking after the security team in charge of the relay shoved him.

Bilal Hussein Should Be A Free Man Soon

The story of a journalist for the AP has finally got a bit of good news. An Iraqi judicial panel has dismissed all criminal allegations from Bilal Hussein and ordered his release after a detainment of two years and one day with the U.S. military.

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Malcolm Browne talks about his book  Muddy Boots and Red Socks  on a TV interview with Booknotes (Sc...
Malcolm Browne talks about his book "Muddy Boots and Red Socks" on a TV interview with Booknotes (Screen capture from video.
The News Photographers Association of Canada boasts a membership of the who s who of the Canadian pr...
The News Photographers Association of Canada boasts a membership of the who's who of the Canadian press corps when it comes to news shooters.
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Photojournalist Eve Arnold (April 21  1912 – January 4  2012) is shown at work in 1963
Photojournalist Eve Arnold (April 21, 1912 – January 4, 2012) is shown at work in 1963
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Reporterr at work.
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Ahmed Samir Assem  Egyptian Photojournalist  captures the moment of his own death on video.
Ahmed Samir Assem, Egyptian Photojournalist, captures the moment of his own death on video.
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