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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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With women now regularly enlisting in the armed forces and working for the media in Western countries, a female war correspondent is no longer the oddity that she once was.
She travelled on an arduous expedition to Patagonia, was engaged as a war correspondent during the first BoerWar and wrote a number of famous books including "Gloriana, or the revolution of 1900"which was set in the future world of 1999.
[U.S.A.], May 04 ( ANI ): Veteran actor Liam Neeson is all geared up essay the role of a war correspondent for a thriller, 'Charlie Johnson in the Flames'.
But do we have professional war correspondents in the Arab World?
In the spring of 1942, the War Department reluctantly bent its rule, allowing Life magazine photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White to become the first accredited female war correspondent to cover combat, largely due to her acclaimed photos of the Moscow Kremlin being bombed by the Germans in 1941.
For personal reading lists it should be noted that "Dickey Chapelle Under Fire: Photographs by the First American Female War Correspondent Killed in Action" is also available in a Kindle edition ($10.99).
Winston Churchill, soldier, journalist, war correspondent and author, is one of seven Ministers to lose his seat in the General Election.
Or Martin Adler, the late award-winning war correspondent, and Robert Fisk, The Independent's Middle East correspondent, never stepping foot on a battlefield?
KATE ADIE'S WOMEN OF WORLD WAR ONE (BBC2, Monday, 9pm) DISTINGUISHED war correspondent Kate Adie knows a thing or two about being on the frontline, but here she turns the spotlight on women left on the Home Front in World War One.
The Star of Istanbul provides a fine Christopher Marlowe Cobb thriller and is set during World War I, when a war correspondent and American spy is asked to follow a possible covert SS agent.
According to AP, the El Mundo newspaper reported earlier that its war correspondent Javier Espinosa made contact late Saturday from Turkey, where he and photographer Ricardo Garcia Vilanova were under military protection.
When Allied armies invaded Normandy in June 1944, Ernest Hemingway accompanied them as an accredited war correspondent for Collier's Magazine.