Reporting Iraq: An Oral History of the War by the Journalists Who Covered It

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Description: The terror and torment of covering war fill Reporting Iraq, which views the war's first three years (2003-2006) through the eyes and memories of forty-four reporters, photographers, translators, and editors, compiled by Columbia Journalism Review's Mike Hoyt and John Palattella, and the CJR staff. [...] journalists who are increasingly perceived as enemies to be killed, not as neutral observers, find it difficult, if not sometimes impossible, to cover the battlefields, hospital emergency rooms, prison cells, and other settings that reveal the most powerful and poignant stories of war.
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