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Journalist killed by crocodile in Sri Lanka

FOXNews.com Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
A “talented and dedicated” journalist with the Financial Times is being mourned by friends and colleagues after he was pulled underwater and killed by a crocodile in Sri Lanka on Thursday.
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