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This 2012 photo shows Kathy Gannon, left, Associated Press special correspondent for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus in Afghanistan. An Afghan police commander opened fire Friday, April 4, 2014 on the two journalists inside a security forces base in eastern Afghanistan, killing Niedringhaus and wounding Gannon. (AP Photo)

This 2012 photo shows Kathy Gannon, left, Associated Press special correspondent for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus in Afghanistan. An Afghan police commander opened fire Friday, April 4, 2014 on the two journalists inside a security forces base in eastern Afghanistan, killing Niedringhaus and wounding Gannon. (AP Photo)

In this Feb. 2012 photo, Kathy Gannon, front left, AP special correspondent for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and veteran AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus, third right, pose with Pakistani soldiers in the remote border area opposite Afghanistan’s northeastern Kunar province. The AP team was documenting Pakistan’s role in fighting Islamic militants in the region. Niedringhaus, 48, was killed and Gannon was wounded on Friday, April 4, 2014 when an Afghan policeman opened fire while they were sitting in their car in eastern Afghanistan. (AP Photo)

The pictures of Associated Press correspondent Kathy Gannon, who was wounded, left, and photographer Anja Niedringhaus, 48, who was killed April 4, 2014 in Afghanistan are displayed next to a playing reggae band in Paris, Saturday, April 5, 2014. Support group of the four French journalists taken hostages in Syria, Edouard Elias, Pierre Torres, Nicolas Henin and Didier Francois organized a commemoration for the late Anja Niedringhaus and AP correspondent Kathy Gannon, who was wounded in Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Roses lay in front of a picture of the Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus, 48, who was killed April 4, 2014 in Afghanistan, in Paris, Saturday, April 5, 2014. Support group of the four French journalists taken hostages in Syria, Edouard Elias, Pierre Torres, Nicolas Henin and Didier Francois organized a commemoration for the late Anja Niedringhaus and AP correspondent Kathy Gannon, who were wounded in Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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