Japanese journalist shot to death covering Burma protests
I'm doing a radio show about Burma's past and present on Monday at 10:00 am PST.
This is from USA Today. Be sure to click on the link and watch the videos posted on a number of Burmese blogs. Amazing and tragic:
Kenji Nagai of APF, a Japanese news service, continues to work after being shot during clashes today between Burmese security forces and anti-government protesters. Nagai later died of his wounds. The Japanese government expressed its outrage over the incident.
The photo of Nagai, 50, was taken by an unidentified person and distributed by Reuters.