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Photojournalists We've Lost In Conflict Zones And Their Work

James Foley is just the latest photojournalist to be killed while covering the world's most dangerous wars. Here we look at some of his fellow journalists and their work.

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This is Anja Niedringhaus, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2014.

Peter Dejong / AP Photo

Niedringhaus was killed when an Afghan policeman opened fire while she was sitting with Associated Press reporter Kathy Gannon in their car in eastern Afghanistan on April 4, 2014.

And below is some of Hondros' best work.

Chris Hondros / Getty Images

Samar Hassan screams after her parents were killed by U.S. soldiers with the 25th Infantry Division in a shooting on Jan. 18, 2005, in Tal Afar, Iraq.

Chris Hondros / Getty Images

U.N. peacekeepers from Uruguay tend to a pregnant Haitian woman who lost consciousness in a massive crowd during a rice distribution for earthquake-displaced Haitians, in front of the National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Jan. 25, 2010.

Chris Hondros / Getty Images

Joseph Duo, a Liberian militia commander loyal to the government, exults after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces at a key strategic bridge in Monrovia, Liberia, on July 20, 2003.

This is Molhem Barakat, who died in Syria in 2013.

Stringer / Reuters

Syrian activist and photographer Molhem Barakat died on Dec. 20, 2013, as he took photographs of a battle over Kindi Hospital in Aleppo, between rebels and forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

And below is some of his best work.

Molhem Barakat / Reuters

Free Syrian Army members remove a body from the rubble in the Al-Shaar area in Aleppo after what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad, on Dec. 17, 2013.

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