David Gilkey's photos were so hard to look at but you really couldn't look away. RIP pic.twitter.com/jfBpZBC7ho— Amita Kelly (@_amita_) June 6, 2016
A funny Gilkey story: he went to Cuba on assignment and @kainazamaria told him repeatedly not to come back with a roll of images of old cars— Gene Demby (@GeeDee215) June 5, 2016
Gilkey: "People need to see what the consequences are to an action like this, & it's the fact that people get killed"https://t.co/zWr1YRYNQF— Anna Clark (@annaleighclark) June 5, 2016
I am staring and staring at David Gilkey's beautiful pictures. https://t.co/g4CcRrBjUz— Linda Holmes (@nprmonkeysee) June 5, 2016
The attack marks first time in the 46-year history of NPR that one of its journalists has been killed on assignment https://t.co/O9utGJkDD9— Victor Hernandez (@ToTheVictor) June 6, 2016
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