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First Female Photojournalist Injured South Of Mosul.

BAGHDAD / NINA / Iraqi Press Freedom Observatory of the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, announced the injury the first female photojournalist accompanied the army south of Mosul. The Iraqi Press Freedom Observatory said in a statement today that "Arwa Abdul-Karim al-Tamimi, working freelance photographer, was hit by an explosion of a land mine, when she was covering clashes with Daash on Friday morning in Qayyarah area, causing severe burns to parts of her body and moved to the capital Baghdad. " IPFO added that "Arwa al-Tamimi had previously existed in the city of Fallujah and covered the liberation of the city from Daash, and immediately decided to move to Mosul, and she is working a photographer with a number of local media." IPFO called on journalists (reporters and photographers) who are preparing to cover the operations of the liberalization of Mosul to be careful on their way out there in order to avoid direct injuries and not to lose any more of them, as happened in the battle to liberate Fallujah. / End

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Publication:National Iraqi News Agency
Geographic Code:7IRAQ
Date:Jul 1, 2016
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