ISTANBUL — What is happening in Syria has been on the world news for quite some time. Every couple of days newspapers publish news pieces about the tragedy of Syria. However, these reports almost always come from secondary sources. Isn't being on the ground and witnessing events one of the foremost duties of a journalist?
Daily Sabah News Editor Yusuf Selman İnanç and photographer Erkan İnanç completed this mission with great success. After several Syrian nationals of Armenian descent sought asylum in Turkey, the pair traveled to Syria to inspect the situation. They reached the largely Armenian town of Kasab and prepared a file. This also led to many other news organizations quoting their on-the-ground reporting.
After the publication of their reports, I sat down with them to hear about their assignment.
I learned that they encountered some dangerous situations during their trip and were met with heavy suspicion and threats. We are happy that they returned safely and I want to congratulate them for their fine work of journalism.
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