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Topic - Anja Niedringhaus
An Afghan boy on a swing ride with a toy submachine gun in his hand. A black-clad Iraqi mother giving a bottle to her baby daughter outside Abu Ghraib prison as she waits for the release of detainees. A U.S. Marine mourning the loss of 31 comrades in Iraq.
"Once you start something like this, you should also bring it to an end," Niedringhaus told reporters in Berlin on Friday, adding that she never tires of her work as a photojournalist, even if it is physically exhausting and emotionally draining.
"Sometimes I feel bad because I can always leave the conflict, go back home to my family where there's no war," she said. "That's why I always try to go back and cover the conflict from beginning to end."