3 Hezbollah journalists killed in Syrian conflict

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April 14, 2014 23:33

 
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Three journalists from Hezbollah-owned Al Manar TV were killed in the crossfire of the Syrian conflict when their car was hit by bullets near the Syrian town of Maaloula, the station said.

The three were identified by the station as reporter Hamza Hajj Hasan, technician Halim Allaw and photographer Mohammad Mantash.

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