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Interviews with newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. Stephen Sackur speaks to Anthony Loyd, a war correspondent who was shot and seriously injured in Syria.

More than sixty journalists have been killed in Syria's civil war. Across the world journalists have become targets as never before, murdered, kidnapped and, in the case of three Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt, locked up by the state for doing their jobs. HARDtalk speaks to Anthony Loyd, the award-winning war correspondent of The Times newspaper, who was shot and seriously injured in Syria in May 2014. Is the fear factor forcing journalists to retreat from the frontline?

First shown: 27 Jun 2014
Available for 4 months Duration 30 mins

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