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This spring, after French war photographer Rémi Ochlik was killed during fighting in Homs, Syria, a group of close friends and colleagues felt their obligations to the photographer weren’t complete. Meeting aboard a TGV train on their way to Paris from the World Press awards ceremony in Amsterdam in late April, the group took stock of everything that had happened since Rémi’s death. His photographs had spoken for themselves when exhibited in tribute in Amsterdam. The large circle of friends gathered in his name was a testament to his character; he was always the guy who would make friends sharing a cigarette. But one duty remained unfinished—not a tribute, nor a memorial, but a commitment to continue what was and what should have been in Rémi’s life.

Were Journalists in Homs Targeted for Bombing? | PDNPulse

Radio communications between Syrian army officers have shown that the army was ordered to bomb the make-shift press center in the besieged city of Homs where photographer Remi Ochlik and reporter Marie Colvin were working, The Telegraph newspaper reports.

Radio communications between Syrian army officers have shown that the army was ordered to bomb the make-shift press center in the besieged city of Homs where photographer Remi Ochlik and reporter Marie Colvin were working

Parting Glance: Rémi Ochlik

Rémi Ochlik, a 28-year-old French photographer, was killed in Syria on Wednesday. Friends and fellow photographers remember his work.

Rémi Ochlik, the young photographer who died Wednesday morning in Syria, was the second photographer in a close group of friends to die covering conflicts in the Middle East in just over a year.

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Oct. 23, 2011. French photojournalist Remi Ochlik in Misrata, Libya. Ochlik was killed Feb. 22, 2012, by Syrian shelling of the opposition stronghold Homs.

French photographer Rémi Ochlik killed in Syria

Speaking to Michel Puech of La Lettre de la Photographie, Guillaume Clavières, senior photo editor at Paris Match, said, late last year that Ochlik was one of the most talented young photographers of his generation. "Motivated, enthusiastic, curious and brilliant. He is capable of going from one difficult news topic to another less dramatic subject with the same photographic quality."

Photographer Remi Ochlik Killed in Homs, Syria | PDNPulse

Freelance photographer Remi Ochlik was killed today in the besieged city of Homs, Syria, according to several news organizations. Reporter Marie Colvin of the Sunday Times of London was killed in the same attack. An aid worker told Reuters the journalists

Reporter Marie Colvin of the Sunday Times of London was killed in the same attack