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Death for All to See

"At last the truth has been revealed," said Noor Eldeen, father of 22-year-old Reuters photographer Namir Noor-Eldeen, after watching a July 2007 video that showed his son being shot to death by a U.S. Apache helicopter in Baghdad. The classified footage--released April 5 after a military whistle-blower handed it over to watchdog website WikiLeaks--showed the journalist, his driver and 10 others being killed after soldiers mistook his camera for a weapon and the men for insurgents. The Iraqi Journalists' Union and the New York City--based Committee to Protect Journalists called for an investigation...

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