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British photojournalist Tim Hetherington, whose documentary film on the war in Afghanistan was nominated for an Oscar, was killed in the embattled western city of Misrata, his employer, Vanity Fair, confirmed on Wednesday.
Three others working beside him were wounded by fire from a rocket propelled grenade, according to media reports. Two of the photographers — Chris Hondros and Guy Martin — were reportedly in grave condition.
Hondros is an American working for the Getty photo service. He reportedly suffered a severe brain injury and was in extremely critical condition, The New York
A statement from the office said she condemned "the reported repeated use of cluster munitions and heavy weaponry by Libyan government forces in their attempt to regain control of the besieged city of Misrata, and said that such attacks on densely populated urban areas, resulting in substantial civilian casualties, could amount to international crimes."
Originally posted by Maxmars
The implication that it was 'indiscriminate Ghaddafi shelling" was clear enough.