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Afghan police officer sentenced to 20 years for AP photographer's death

KABUL – Afghanistan’s highest court has ruled that the police officer convicted of murdering Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding AP correspondent Kathy Gannon almost one year ago should serve 20 years in prison, according to documents sent to the country’s attorney general on Saturday. 754 more words

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Journalist Kathy Gannon to speak at Carleton about 'Surviving Afghanistan'

Canadian journalist Kathy Gannon, who was wounded last April in an ambush in Afghanistan that killed her colleague, will be the guest speaker Tuesday night in an event at Carleton University. 191 more words

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Journalist Kathy Gannon says Afghan gunman who killed photographer shouldn't be executed

TORONTO — She may not be ready to forgive, but Kathy Gannon says she doesn’t want the Afghan gunman who severely wounded her and murdered her photographer put to death. 820 more words

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Canadian journalist doesn't want death penalty for Afghan police officer who shot her six times and killed her photographer

TORONTO — She may not be ready to forgive, but Kathy Gannon says she doesn’t want the Afghan gunman who severely wounded her and murdered her photographer put to death. 765 more words

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Canadian journalist doesn't want death penalty for Afghan police officer who shot her six times and killed her photographer

TORONTO — She may not be ready to forgive, but Kathy Gannon says she doesn’t want the Afghan gunman who severely wounded her and murdered her photographer put to death. 765 more words

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Canadian reporter hit with six bullets in Afghanistan vows to return

NEW YORK – Over and over, Canadian AP journalist Kathy Gannon has re-lived the decisions that led to the death of her close friend Anja Niedringhaus and her own severe injuries, as they went about their jobs chronicling the story of Afghanistan. 1,424 more words

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US General Killed in Afghan Insider Attack

Originally published on August 8, 2014, at NationofChange.org

During a routine inspection at the Marshal Fahim National Defense University in Kabul, a lone gunman killed an American two-star general and wounded at least 15 other coalition troops. 578 more words

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