Al Jazeera says its cameraman killed in Libya ambush

By REUTERS
March 12, 2011 21:17

 
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CAIRO- Al Jazeera news network said on Saturday one of its cameramen working in Libya had been killed in an ambush near Benghazi in the rebel-held east of the country.

Al Jazeera said Ali Hassan al-Jaber had been killed in the Hawari area near Benghazi. His crew had been caught in "armed ambush", it said.


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