UN demands investigation into photographer death

The United Nations has demanded that every possible effort be made to 'shed full light' on the death of a French photographer who died during the violence in Tunisia.
 
Photographer Lucas Mebrouk Dolega died on Monday from a head injury he sustained while covering street protests in Tunis on 14 January, according to press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders.
Lucas, a photojournalist for the European Pressphoto Agency, was reportedly hit by a police teargas canister. 


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To those whom think being a Photographer is a safe job, that would depend on what field of Photography you go  into, just to let you know when you choose to be a photojournalist your life could be on the line with every story you do. 

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