September 25, 2018
Salem-News.com (Jul-26-2010 02:30)
JPAC May Return Suspected Remains of Vietnam War Journalist to CambodiaTim King Salem-News.com
Yujiro Takagi and Ankira Kusaka were captured and believed to be held with Sean Flynn and Dana Stone on 6 April 1970, in Cambodia; includes last footage of Sean Flynn ever recorded.
(VUNG TAU, Vietnam / SALEM, Ore. ) -
The man who set out to locate the remains of famed Vietnam War Photojournalist Sean Flynn, son of the acclaimed actor Errol Flynn, says the U.S. government is not cooperating with the Flynn family or his team, in helping properly identify the remains.
Salem-News.com (Jul-26-2010 00:29)
Enemies of the People Tells Story of Cambodian GenocideSalem-News.com
The Khmer Rouge ran what is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most brutal regimes. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now.
(NEW YORK) - One of the most harrowing and compelling personal documentaries of our time, ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE exposes for the first time the truth about the Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge who were behind Cambodias horrific genocide.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (May-21-2010 06:11)
Clearing the Air for Missing Photojournalist Sean Flynn`s FamilyTim King Salem-News.com
The fog surrounding this four decade old mystery is thick; here is the story of Rory Flynn's tragic search for her daring, adventurous brother who lived the role his father played on screen.
(PHNOM PENH / LOS ANGELES / SALEM) -
Swirling controversy, the love of a family, epic mystery, barbaric communism: these diverse conditions only begin to set the stage for the story of Sean Flynn, a memorable actor-turned-combat photojournalist who disappeared during the invasion of Cambodia, on 6 April 1970.
Salem-News.com (Apr-07-2010 03:47)
The Mysterious Disappearance of Sean Flynn and Dana StoneTim King Salem-News.com
Forty years have passed since two war photographers dropped off the radar; what we know, what we don't know, and what we may soon learn.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Vietnam War photographer Sean Flynn's name made the news a little over a week ago, when it was announced that remains recovered in Cambodia could be his.
Salem-News.com (Feb-19-2010 13:21)
Radio Free Asia Praises Acquittal in Cambodia Disinformation CaseSalem-News.com
The RFA's Sok Serey, one villager, and two activists from the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights were released.
(WASHINGTON D.C.) - Today, Radio Free Asia President Libby Liu praised the acquittal of four men, including RFA broadcaster Sok Serey, on charges of disinformation stemming from a report about a Cham Muslim community leader in Takeo province.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Oct-14-2009 22:43)
New Book Chronicles Published War Stories From SE AsiaSalem-News.com
"These stories needed a wider audience for the world to know what they suffered, how most survived, and how they overcame adversity." - Marc Yablonka, author of "Distant War: Recollections of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia"
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A new book by Reporter/Author Marc Yablonka, Distant War: Recollections of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. chronicles eighteen years of Yablonka’s reportage on American involvement in Indochina, and the people affected by America’s connection to that part of the world.