Peter Scholl-Latour, whose reporting from far-flung places made him one of post-war Germany's most famous foreign correspondents, has died at 90. Born to Franco-German parents in 1924, Scholl-Latour ... more 
Peter Scholl-Latour, whose reporting from far-flung places made him one of post-war Germany's most famous foreign correspondents, has died at 90. Born to Franco-German parents in 1924, Scholl-Latour tried unsuccessfully to join the French and Yugoslav resistance against the Nazis during World War II. After the war he became a newspaper and broadcast correspondent, traveling extensively throughout Asia, Africa and the Middle East. His reports included a 1973 TV documentary shot during eight days of captivity by the Vietcong, and accompanying the exiled Ayatollah Khomeini on his return to Iran in 1978. less 
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