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TAKING PHOTOS ON ARMED CONFLICTS IS RISKY
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There are people who like taking risks and for them don’t matter if they can get injured or not. It is a difficult decision to enter on conflictive zones for the only fact of winning a salary. Evidently, they do it because they like their profession, but sometimes they must pay a too high price.

Recently we have known about “Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros who were killed while shooting the war in Libya.” For many resources about occupational hazards and precautions that they can take, it is evidence, that the probability of being a casualty more in the conflict is high.

TAKING PHOTOS ON ARMED CONFLICTS IS RISKY

Preserving life about all is one of the premises which prevail on our world. It is valuable to enter in an armed conflict for searching the truth about what is happening and taking some photos for verifying what is really coming about. But the sixty-four million dollar question would be if it is necessary to do it, even although you know that you can die? They would say: “Yes, the truth has a price, even paying with death for knowing at last the reality of the facts!

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