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July 3, 2007
One brave woman
Questions have been raised in many quarters (including here) about the media's use stringers and translators in Iraq, Palestinian territories, and elsewhere, whose honesty amd loyalties may be suspect. But there have also been extraordinarily brave people working with some media.
One such woman named Nour worked for the late Steven Vincent, the captured and assassinated journalist. David Paulin of The Big Carnival tells the story, which has a somewhat happy ending.