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Al Jazeera guide killed by sniper in Syria

Local journalist Abu Yezen al-Hamoui, who was working with Al Jazeera, shot dead by sniper in Hama province.
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2012 02:15

A team of Al Jazeera journalists, reporting from Syria's western province of Hama, has suffered a barrage of sniper fire that killed a local guide who was working with the group.

Abu Yezen al-Hamoui, a Syrian national who have been working with Al Jazeera correspondents, was killed in the attack.

Al Jazeera's Amr al-Munairy reports from Hama.

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