Several journalists were killed in the Afghan bombing, and some are preparing to get married.

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 Several journalists were killed in the Afghan bombing, and some are preparing to get married.


On the 30 day, the Afghan capital, Kabul, was hit by an explosion in the morning, killing 26 people, including 9 journalists, which was one of the most journalists in the region. After the attack, the extremist organization Islamic state claimed to have created an attack. According to BBC, a large number of journalists came to interviews after the first local attack, when a bomber disguised as a reporter and detonated a bomb in a crowd, so many journalists were killed. They are students, husbands and fathers, and others are preparing to get married. Shah Mare, the Chief Photographer of the Agence France-Presse and 41 year old, is one of the victims. Agence France-Presse described him as a brave and versatile journalist. Ma Lei became a driver of the Agence France-Presse in 1996. Two years later, he began taking photos nearby and became a full-time photojournalist in 2002. By 2000, he became the only photographer in the local Agence France-Presse. He has been careful to record this war destroyed city. After the 911 incident, he was one of the few journalists who recorded the US air raid in Kabul. Ma Lei knew that the local people were hostile to reporters, so they seldom signed. He has been threatened and beaten by Taliban, and has been losing great friends and colleagues in the past few years. He often takes his children to the office and relieves stress by playing table tennis and volleyball. On the same day, when Ma Lei arrived at the scene of the bombing, he also sent messages to colleagues who had not been able to rush to the scene and said, dont worry, I am here. Tokhi is a veteran cameraman of ToloNews, one of Afghanistans major broadcasters, and a veteran of 12 years. He is a judo enthusiast. Most of his salary is used to support his sick mother and his sister suffering from cancer, which forced him to postpone his marriage plan for many years. However, he was finally engaged and was planning to get married in the next few weeks. At that moment, the tragedy happened. Some of the journalists have just started their careers. Rasooli is a young journalism student at the University of Kabul and is completing his last years study. He has recently been engaged and is planning to get married next month. Talash was a two - year veteran of the Meshal television station. A few minutes before the second bombings, Talashs friends warned them not to drive on the road near the first explosion. He was also engaged just last month. Free radio Europe confirmed that three journalists were killed in the attack. AbadullahHananzai, a young journalist and photographer, has been making a story about narcotics. He became a journalist when he studied Persian Literature. After finding his radio job, he was very, very happy and looked forward to a bright future. According to television reports, he will celebrate his first wedding anniversary in May 8th. MaharramDurrani, an intern journalist studying at the French university and working at the free European radio station, was the only woman in the victims of the death, and one of the few Afghan women who served as a journalist in an extremely conservative patriarchal country. Another reporter, Kakar, was regarded as the key member of the video team by radio. During his five years of work, he has been involved in the production of some special programs, including womens cricket competitions. He was one of the first people to report the bombing in Kabul on Monday. Fortunately, his wife and daughter survived the attack. To be a war photographer and a war correspondent means to be closer to danger and death. Facing death is a part of the work of a war correspondent. They also need to survive in extreme conditions like soldiers and adapt to emergencies. According to the annual death report of the international journalists Association, 81 journalists died last year and 250 journalists were imprisoned. Mary Kerwin, the late Sundays senior female war correspondent, said, why do I report the war? The question is very difficult to answer. I am not a typical war correspondent because I am focused on human nature in war, and I want to tell people what war is like. Over the centuries, wars have not changed significantly. On the battlefield, guns still rumble, blood and flesh fly away, and wives and wives are separated from each other. So, my job is to be a war witness. The source of this article: editor of foreign affairs responsibilities: Zhao Yaping _NN9005