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Mohammad Nabbous Receives Louis M. Lyons Award

The current Nieman Fellows at Harvard University have selected Libyan Mohammed Nabbous, founder of Libya Alhurra TV, as this year’s recipient of the Louis M. Lyons Award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism.
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Correspondents Report - Libyan citizen journalists under fire 09/04/2011

Correspondents Report - Libyan citizen journalists under fire 09/04/2011 | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
The uprisings in the Middle East have made citizen journalism almost mainstream But sadly like international correspondents citizen journalists put themselves quite literally in the line of fire an
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Mohammed Nabbous Killed in Benghazi

Mohammed Nabbous Killed in Benghazi | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Nabbous, a 27-year-old software engineer, had become the eyes and ears for western news organizations in Libya in recent days, in part because he managed to rig up ways to bypass the Gadhafi regimes i...
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Libya: Remembering Mohammed Nabbous · Global Voices

Libya: Remembering Mohammed Nabbous  · Global Voices | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Tribute is pouring in on Twitter, in memory of Mohammed Nabbous, the founder of Libya's AlHurra TV. Nabbous was killed in a firefight while he was filming on March 19.
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'Voice of Free Libya' silenced by sniper's bullet

'Voice of Free Libya' silenced by sniper's bullet | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
"A true hero, Mohammed Nabbous of Sawt Libia al-Hurra, the Voice of Free Libya, was killed in fighting in Benghazi today."

It was a stark, raw tweet from Ben Wedeman with a big impact on our newsroom Saturday morning.
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Mohamed Nabbous - CNN Report

CNN Report on Mohamed "Mo" Nabbous. Martyred while reporting in Benghazi during the 2011 Libyan Revolution. Mo's courage and dedication to bringing freedom t...
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Nieman Foundation | Mohammed Nabbous Receives Lyons Award

Nieman Foundation | Mohammed Nabbous Receives Lyons Award | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Nieman Fellows in the class of 2012 have selected Mohammed “Mo” Nabbous, founder of Libya Alhurra TV, as this year’s recipient of the Louis M. Lyons Award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism.
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Mohammad Nabbous, face of citizen journalism in Libya, is killed

Mohammad Nabbous, face of citizen journalism in Libya, is killed | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Mohammad Nabbous, who set up an independent internet TV station in Benghazi, has been killed
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Andy Carvin on the legacy of Mo Nabbous

Andy Carvin speaking at the 2011 Personal Democracy Forum. Mohammed "Mo" Nabbous inspired a generation of Libyans to get out their message of freedom from th...
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Niemans honorMohammed Nabbous - The Boston Globe

Harvard’s Nieman Fellows have given this year’s Louis M. Lyons Award for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism to Mohammed “Mo’’ Nabbous, founder of Libya Alhurra TV. Nabbous, who was killed in March, was not a professional journalist.
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Libyan citizen journalist killed | Toronto Star

Libyan citizen journalist killed | Toronto Star | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Founder of Libya Alhurra online news channel shot dead in Benghazi, supporters calling for Nobel nomination.
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Daughter of Libyan civilian journalist born months after his death

Daughter of Libyan civilian journalist born months after his death | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Mayar Nabbous has entered the world, more than two months after her father -- an engineer-turned-advocate journalist -- left it, after being killed by a sniper in the rebel-held city of Benghazi.
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Libyan Journalist Mohammed Nabbous Killed in Benghazi Fighting - New York - News - Runnin' Scared

The harrowing recording above is independent Libyan journalist Mohammed "Mo" Nabbous' last report for Libya al-Hurra, the Livestream channel where...
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Libyan net TV reporter shot dead

Libyan net TV reporter shot dead | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Founder of net TV killed by Gaddafi's forces while reporting on the assault on Benghazi
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Libya: Mourning Mohammed Nabbous · Global Voices

Libya: Mourning Mohammed Nabbous · Global Voices | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Mohammed Nabbous, founder of Libya's AlHurra TV, died while reporting from a firefight in Benghazi.
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Tributes for Mo, the Benghazi broadcaster - Storyful

Tributes for Mo, the Benghazi broadcaster - Storyful | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
On the day that the international coalition finally agreed to move on defending the Libyan people, the people of Benghazi lost their voice.
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PM - Libyan journalist killed in Benghazi 21/03/2011

PM - Libyan journalist killed in Benghazi 21/03/2011 | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
Twenty-eight year old Mohammed Nabbous the founder of Benghazis independent news channel Libya Alhurra was shot and killed by a sniper on the weekend He was filming Gaddafi attacks in Benghazi whe
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Libyan citizen journalist Mohammed Nabbous killed in fighting in Benghazi

Libyan citizen journalist Mohammed Nabbous killed in fighting in Benghazi | Mohammed Nabbous | Scoop.it
A citizen journalist known for his live streaming of events in Libya was killed this weekend.
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