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Creative Commons Repository Libyans protest the murder of Al Jazeera cameraman Ali Hassan al Jaber You must have Flash installed to view this content.
Al Jazeera cameraman Ali Hassan al Jaber was murdered near Benghazi, Libya. Assailants opened fire in an alleged "armed ambush" on a crew van carrying Al Jazeera Arabic team. The attack occurred as the team was returning from filming some protests outside Benghazi. Shots of a crowd gathered in the city's main square to honor al Jaber, a Qatari national. They waved Qatari flags and chanted slogans in support of Al Jazeera, "with our soul, with our blood, we'll defend Al Jazeera". Night shots of the ambulance coming with Al Jaber's body - protesters on the street, chanting slogans. The ambulance was surrounded by protesters, they carried his body through a huge crowd of people with Libyan and Qatari flags. Various shots of protesters carrying his body, firing gun shots in the air.
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