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NPR Journalists David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamanna: What We Know A Year Later : NPR

10.6.17

NPR Journalists David Gilkey and Zabihullah Tamanna: What We Know A Year Later : NPR: Since their deaths, NPR has been investigating what happened, and today we are sharing new information about what we learned. It's a very different story from what we originally understood.

The two men were not the random victims of bad timing in a dangerous place, as initial reports indicated. Rather, the journalists' convoy was specifically targeted by attackers who had been tipped off to the presence of Americans in Afghanistan's Helmand province.

Gilkey, an experienced photojournalist, and Tamanna, an Afghan reporter NPR hired to work with him, were sitting together in a Humvee when they were attacked.


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