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IN People ON 04 May, 2016
Journalists light up the world. They are Johnny on the spot. They live in edge, risk their life and clarify murky situations. They are exposed to wars, attacks and protests around the world. They do right things in vulnerable situations.
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Gleb Garanich, who encountered riot, wanted to run to a safe place but as a journalist, he took these pictures and showed the world what was going on. He risked his life when police blocked the protesters during a scuffle at a demonstration in support of EU integration at Independence Square in Kiev November 30, 2013.
French photographer Remi Ochlik is seen in this picture taken in Cairo, Egypt, on November 23, 2011. In this chaotic situation when rockets fired by government forces hit the houses, he played a heroic role and shoot the entire incident.
Reuters Greek photographer Yannis Behrakis takes cover during a gun battle between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in the West Bank city of Ramallah, March 2001. His bravery and instincts are heroic.
The wife of a local reporter has led away as he lies on the ground at the scene of a massacre of a political clan, which included several journalists, on the outskirts of Ampatuan, Maguindanao in the southern Philippines November 24, 2009.
Journalists, including New York Times photographers covered this hairy incident when Libyan government planes were bombed at a checkpoint near the oil refinery of Ras Lanuf March 11, 2011. Several photographers were found dead after this incident.
Reuters' photographer Paulo Whitaker was injured during an operation at Vila Cruzeiro slum in Rio de Janeiro November 26, 2010. When surrounded by such destruction, he fulfilled the real obligation to record the event for the world.
A policeman punches Greek photojournalist Tatiana Bolari during a demonstration in Athens' Syntagm square October 5, 2011. She fulfilled her ethical responsibility during this war time. She was exposed to vulnerable situation and she played her role.
A woman reporter runs with a rebel fighter to avoid snipers at the frontier against the Islamic State fighters in Aleppo's northern countryside October 10, 2014. During this time when people were sheltering themselves, this woman lived on her edge.
Samia Nakhoul, now Reuters Middle East Editor, was wounded in the US when a tank fired a hotel from where she was reporting. In spite facing all the hardships she recorded the necessary events for the world.
Asif Hassan, a French photographer, sat in a police vehicle after being shot in his chest during a protest by Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba, the student wing of religious, political party Jamaat-e-Islami (JI). They face the terrors and attacks of various terrorists and completes their job.
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