external “No Safe Places In Syria: Photographer Abducted At Media Center” —NPR

Photographer Marcin Suder was staying at a media center in the rebel-held town of Saraqeb in Idlib province when a group of masked men reportedly stormed in Wednesday morning. They beat a Syrian media activist, stole equipment and abducted Suder. [...]

According to Committee to Protect Journalists, a New York-based press freedom group, Syria is the deadliest country for journalists. The center estimates that 28 journalists were killed in Syria last year and 21 were kidnapped.

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  • Rob S

    “No Safe Places in Syria” – DUH!!! Its a WAR ZONE!!! What do you think happens in WAR ZONES?? Its not called a “Fuzzy pillow/Rainbow/Unicorn Zone.”

    People who willingly go to war zones are nuts and I have no sympathy for the bad things that happen to them there. And before one of you idiots starts waving a flag and yelling “‘Merica” Im a soldier and have been for 26 years. I know EXACTLY what war zones are like.