The front line. The term has lost its meaning in today’s conflicts, where soldiers, journalists and civilians are targeted indiscriminately by bombs, and where moral and physical limits are ill-defined. Two years ago, Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros died in Libya as the result of their injuries from an explosion on the streets of Misrata.
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