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Dutch photojournalist shot dead in Sirte by sniper

Jeroen Oerlemans, 45, had been out with a mine-clearing team in part of the Libyan city that had been retaken from Isis A sniper has fatally shot a Dutch journalist in the Libyan city of Sirte, Islamic State’s last bastion in the chaos-wracked north African country. Jeroen Oerlemans was killed on Sunday while he was out with a team that clears mines in the part of the city that has been freed from Isis control, according to Dutch national broadcaster Nos and Belgian publication Knack.
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