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He said: “The thing about the wars in Afghanistan, they've been known as the ghost wars, you know, because not often does one really see the enemy.” By the time he died, he was based in New York and working for Vanity Fair.
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Worryingly, clinics are also recording growing numbers of miscarriages and complications during labour and birth as children are taken by fighters as second or third wives.
He said: "During his shooting for the Nightline specials he very seriously broke his leg on a night march out of a very isolated forward operating base that was under attack.
“He had the strength and character to walk for four hours through the night on his shattered ankle without complaint and under fire, enabling that whole team to reach safety.” Mr Hetherington last year described some of his experiences in Afghanistan as “pretty traumatic events”.
Tim Hetherington is assisted by Libyan rebels as he climbs down from a building after gunshots rang out from inside by loyalist forces in Misurata on April 20, 2011, hours before he was killed in the city while covering the conflict He went on to study at Oxford, before carving out a career reporting in countries such as Sierra Leone and Liberia. Tributes have been left on Mr Hetherington's Facebook page, from journalists, soldiers and admirers of his work. P Brother." He won the World Press Photo of the Year 2007 and was Oscar nominated for his directorial film debut Restrepo, about a platoon of soldiers in Afghanistan.
Mr Hetherington wrote on Twitter the day before he died: In besieged Libyan city of Misurata. One Platoon Sergeant wrote: "From one Soldier who looks through a scope, to another one who used a lens, THANK YOU! James Golston of ABC-TV News USA, who worked with Mr Hetherington on Nightline, a documentary about the war in Afghanistan, described him as “one of the bravest photographers and filmmakers I have ever met”.