Posts Tagged ‘photojournalist’

3 towers and 1 house, how a photojournalist in Gaza survived repeated bombings

Two months have passed since a ceasefire was declared between Israel and Hamas after the most violent escalation in seven years ripped through the Gaza Strip, destroying homes and inflicting devastating blows to infrastructure and industry. For the many Palestinians who lived through the military assault, the losses feel raw.  One of my colleagues and […]

The Israeli photojournalist chipping away at the occupation, one shot at a time

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After Arresting Kashmiri Photojournalist, India Defines ‘Duties’ of a Journalist

India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) — a counter-terrorism law enforcement agency — has outlined what Kashmiri journalists should report on in a court response that was issued after the arrest of 23-year-old Kashmiri photojournalist Kamran Yousuf. Yousuf worked as a freelance photojournalist for many local dailies including Greater Kashmir, the largest circulated daily in the valley, and MunsifTV, an English-language news channel. He was best […]

Photojournalist drops camera to help injured Kashmir girl (PHOTO)

“Proud of you colleagues. This is a commitment to embrace and embed social responsibility into our personal and professional values” journalist Yusuf Jameel tweeted along with the image. Despite Yasin dropping his camera the moment was captured by another photojournalist, Faisal Khan. Khan shared the photo on Facebook along with a description of the events […]

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