Departed on Mar. 30, 2008 and resided in WOODBRIDGE, NJ.
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Dith Pran, a photojournalist for The New York Times whose gruesome ordeal in the killing fields of Cambodia was re-created in a 1984 movie that gave him an eminence he tenaciously used to press for his people's rights, died on Sunday at a hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. He was 65 and lived in Woodbridge, N.J.
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In lieu of sending flowers, friends and colleagues are invited to make contributions in the name of Dith Pran. The family intends to put that money toward a foundation that will be established in the coming weeks according to Pran's last wishes.
Contributions, as well as any cards or letters of condolence, should be sent to the following address:
The New York Times
4th floor Picture Desk
Att: Melissa Bellinelli
620 Eighth Ave.New York, New York 10018