Danish Siddiqui : The world captured through his lense

By Muslim Mirror Staff

New Delhi: Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who was associated with Reuters’ multimedia team in India, was killed while covering a clash between Taliban and Afghan forces in Afghanistan. The media fraternity across the world are grief-stricken over his unfortunate demise.

As a photojournalist, Danish covered several important stories in Asia, Middle East and Europe. Some of his works include covering the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Rohingya refugees crisis, Hong Kong protests, Nepal earthquakes, Mass Games in North Korea and living conditions of asylum seekers in Switzerland.

Here is a glimpse of how the world looked like through his lense.

Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests in India

Covid- 19 pandemic and workers’ migration in India

Kashmir under siege

War in Afghanistan

Rohingya fleeing their homeland

Life in North Korea

Courtesy: Reuters

2 thoughts on “Danish Siddiqui : The world captured through his lense

  1. very good coverage of pics as a tribute to our shaheed journalist danish siddique. please cover this as a series . shukriya dr lubna sarwath, state gen secy, socialist party(india) hyderabad

  2. The Circumstances surrounding his death should be thoroughly investigated by Reuters and other free media as he had exposed many people through his insightful and truthful coverage of many significant events.

    May almighty Allah rest his soul in peace and raise his status in the hereafter. Ameen

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