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Please Help Support The Families of these Slain Afghan Journalists

The non-profit November Eleven is collecting funds for the families of Afghan driver Sayed Agha and journalist Ajmal Naqshbandi (see below). They were kidnapped along with Italian journalist Daniele Mastrogiacomo on March 5, 2007, in southern Afghanistan. While Mastrogiacomo was freed in exchange for five Taliban prisoners, Agha and Naqshbandi were subsequently beheaded, apparently when the Afghan government refused to make a similar trade for their lives. Their families could use your help so please consider donating to this worthy cause. 

Instructions from November Eleven: You can donate online or you can send a check, payable to "November Eleven" (US banks only please) to:  November Eleven 5315 N. Clark, Suite 200 Chicago, IL 60640  When submitting a check please specify that the funds are intended for the Ajmal Fund.  More information about the Ajmal Fund is available from youarenotforgotten.net -- this site will be updated with news and background information as it becomes available.   

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Michael Yon: Baghdad Memories

A photo from Michael Yon's upcoming dispatch, "Desires of the Human Heart." He stumbled across this collection of photos in a Christian College (Babel College) last week in Baghdad. Photos In Seminary

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Zoriah's Diaries of a Shooter

Check out Zoriah's new website, Diaries of a Shooter   
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Poll

Which Photo Agency Is Hardest To Deal With? (Please use the comment section to address some of the issues you see.)
Getty
29%
Corbis
7%
Sipa
5%
Blackstar
4%
WireImage
6%
Panos
1%
Agency VU
2%
Lookat Photos
4%
VII
6%
Magnum
11%
Aurora
1%
Gamma
5%
WPN
5%
Zuma Press
8%
Polaris
5%
Total votes: 690
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