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71 journalist killed in Iraq, Vietnam wars

With the deaths of two CBS television crew members from a car bomb in Baghdad, the number of journalists who have died in hostile incidents in Iraq has risen to 71 — the same number killed or presumed dead during the Vietnam War. Both counts are unofficial but based on careful compilations. The Vietnam list, maintained by The Associated Press Saigon bureau during the war, covers the years 1965-75 and includes 34 lost in Cambodia, 33 in Vietnam and four in Laos. It counts only deaths in hostile incidents and excludes those from accidents or illness. Full Story

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