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Anthony Loyd

Anthony Loyd is a foreign correspondent for The Times who has reported from numerous conflict zones including Iraq, Afghanistan, Chechnya, Bosnia, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia and Algeria. He received the 1994 David Blundy award for his work as a freelancer in Bosnia, and was voted Foreign Correspondent of the year 2001 for his coverage of Afghanistan post-September 11th. A former infantry officer, he left the army after service in the First Gulf War and later went to live in Bosnia. His memoirs of the conflict there, My War Gone By, I Miss It So, was published in 1999 to wide critical acclaim.

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