New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid reported ‘real story of the Middle East’
Mourners of New York Times correspondent Anthony Shadid, who died in Syria on Thursday, remembered him as a skilled journalist who brought clarity to complex issues in a troubled region.
Shadid, who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, died while reporting in Syria on Thursday after an apparent asthma attack, the newspaper said. He was 43. (Photo: AFP PHOTO/ED OU FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES)