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Anthony Shadid dies in Syria

Published: February 17, 2012

Anthony Shadid, the foreign correspondent from Oklahoma City, whose work in reporting from the Middle East resulted in two Pulitzer Prizes, has died from what appeared to be an asthma attack.

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