Palestinian journalists march to protest killing of Gaza TV cameraman

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April 20, 2008 14:26

Several dozen Palestinian journalists have staged a march to protest the killing of a TV cameraman in an Israeli strike in Gaza. Sunday's protest was led by a group carrying a camera and a tripod on a blue stretcher. They carried a banner reading "The occupiers are responsible for the blood of our colleague." Palestinian information minister Riad Malki joined the protest. Fadel Shana was a cameraman for the Reuters news agency. He was killed in an Israeli tank strike on Wednesday. The group Human Rights Watch says its own investigation suggests an Israeli tank crew fired either recklessly or deliberately at Shana and others standing near him. The cameraman was not close to battles going on that day between Israeli forces and militants.


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