Taking a shot at war

Jones, Rhys
November 2006
Middle East;Nov2006, Issue 372, p20
The article focuses on the role of photographers in capturing the events at several wars in the Middle East. American photographer Stanley Greene witnessed and photographed the Hizbullah-Israel conflict from Lebanon. War photographers Bruno Stevens, Tyler Hicks, and Noel Quidu covered the battles in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Liberia. Belgian photographer Bruno Stevens said that he was very angry over the massacre by Israeli forces in Lebanon, and he refused to take photographs of the event.


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