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Sebastian Junger Grieves for Fallen Comrade Tim Hetherington Via HBO Doc 'Which Way is the Front Line from Here?' (VIDEO)

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by Anne Thompson
April 20, 2013 5:29 PM
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After a combat medic told Junger that Hetherington might have been saved from his serious shrapnel wound if someone had stopped the bleeding, Junger started a non-profit foundation, RISC, Reporters Instructed in Saving Colleagues, that seeks to medically educate and protect combat journalists.

Alan Huffman's book "Here I Am: The Story of Tim Hetherington," was published in March. Hetherington's family has gifted The Estate of Tim Hetherington to The Tim Hetherington Charitable Trust, which will use all proceeds from his photographs, exhibitions, books and films for humanitarian causes. Visit timhetherington.org for more information.

Sleeping Soliders, an outdoor exhibition of Hetherington’s work at The International Center of Photography (ICP), with photographs provided by Manhattan’s Yossi Milo Gallery, will open to the public from Thursday, April 4 through Monday, May 13.

Junger is moving on to make another HBO documentary and book: "I can't talk about it in detail," he says. "It's slightly harmlessly illegal, and it's in this country."



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