A photographer’s journey from Libya back to Egypt

By Luis Sinco, Los Angeles Times

When you no longer flinch at the sound of gunfire, even as it thunders just a few inches away, you kind of get the feeling that it’s time to go. “You are not even scared,” said my driver Ali, shaking his head. “They are shooting very close and you don’t jump.”

Yes, it’s crazy, but you get used to it. Everybody shoots all the time, and after a while even the deep thump of antiaircraft artillery doesn’t faze. My main concern was to file some photos as soon as possible. ...



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