AA enters hot-spot CAR

AA London correspondent Assed Baig and Johannesburg correspondent Hasa Isilow began to wire latest news and imageries from CAR after an uphill journey.

ISTANBUL

Anadolu Agency (AA) crew managed to enter troubled Central African Republic (CAR), amid deadly clashes creating humanitarian crisis, on Monday.

AA London correspondent Assed Baig and Johannesburg correspondent Hasa Isilow began to wire latest news and imageries from CAR after an uphill journey.

Arriving at the country where rival groups fight, Baig said that it was a very difficult ride to CAR. Flying from London to Paris to get his visa, Baig arrived in Cameroon through Ethiopia. He finally landed in the CAR’s capital city Bangui on a humantarian aid plane, to where all commercial flights are canceled.

On the other side, Hassan Isilow from South Africa landed in Bangui on a humanitarian aid plane which also took off from Cameroon.

– AA’s signature on world’s media

Anadolu Agency, whose progress is followed by domestic and foreign media with care, has started to place the “Anadolu Agency” signature in the memory of the world media by means of the cooperation with “AFP image forum” and “Getty images” which are among the largest news and video distribution networks.

AA photographs which are distributed via Getty Images, AFP-Image Forum and Scanpix are used with “Anadolu Agency” signature at weekly magazines, dailies and websites of the US, Canada, South Africa, England and Europe.

Concordantly, AA photojournalists immediately send their photographs taken at torrid points of the four corners in the earth. Latest developments which took place in Ukraine, Thailand, South Africa and the Philippines reach to every corners of the earth by means of AA photojournalists.

In this scope, AA’s correspondents, photojournalists and cameramen working at offices of Paris, Rome, Moscow, Frankfurt, Berlin, New York, Cairo, Beirut, Jerusalem and Islamabad are providing the daily flow of news, photographs and videos without delay.

Read the original article published in Andalou Agency on 20 December 2013

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