Reporting: A More Dangerous War

Covering South Vietnamese paratroopers as they advanced from house to house on the edge of Saigon last week. U.P.I. Photographer Charles Eggleston, 23, was struck in the head by a bullet and killed—bringing the total number of newsmen who have died in the war to 17. As the fighting has come to Saigon and other cities, reporters have been in more danger than ever before. The previous week, TIME Correspondent John Cantwell, 30, lost his life along with three other newsmen: Michael Birch, 24, Australian Associated Press correspondent; Ronald Laramy, 31, a...

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