The vast majority of the photographs you seen in newspapers about the conflict in Syria were not shot by special envoys or news agencies. Those who risk their lives limit their movement to clearly marked areas for short missions. The violence of the conflict and the threat to journalists from ISIS forces news organizations to rely on local contributors.
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