Reporting from the Battlefield

Friday, February 14, 2003

Twenty years ago, war reporters were able to move across battle lines with relative ease. And with a relative safety, thanks to the shared desire by both sides to have their stories told. But the murder of Daniel Pearl showed that the shield of journalistic objectivity is no longer adequate protection. Veteran war correspondent Scott Anderson talks with Brooke about the recent changes in war reporting.

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