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    Correspondent "Los Angeles Times" has die in Baghdada, Official.

    Baghdad(Corr.ASN-News, Los Angeles: AP), |07:30, 24 September 2003|.

    Mark Fineman, an award-winning correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, died Tuesday of an apparent heart attack while on assignment in Iraq  - He was 51.

    Fineman was waiting with a colleague in the offices of the Iraqi Governing Council for an interview when he complained of chest pains and collapsed, Times staffers in Baghdad said. He was taken to a hospital but doctors could not revive him.

    Times Editor John Carroll said Fineman was "a classic foreign correspondent" who didn't mind taking risks for a story.

    "His enthusiasm was boundless and he couldn't bear to miss out on the big story regardless of personal inconvenience or physical danger," Carroll said in a statement.

    Fineman, who wore his blond hair in a ponytail that reached below his shoulder, was the 18th employee of a non-Iraqi news organization to die in Iraq since military operations began in March.

    "He was great. He was crazy. He was irascible. He was loving. He was wonderful," Times Foreign Editor Marjorie Miller said. "He loved a good story. He had news in his blood."

    Fineman, whose story about Iraq's new foreign investment policy appeared on the front page of Tuesday's Times, worked for the paper for nearly 18 years.

    He was based in Washington, D.C., and had recently arrived in Baghdad. He reported for the Times from the Philippines, India, Cyprus and Mexico City and had been the paper's Caribbean correspondent based in Florida.

    Before joining the Times, Fineman, a Syracuse University graduate, was a foreign correspondent for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

    He received a George Polk award in 1985, and won citations from the Overseas Press Club in 2001, the National Headliners in 1991 and the American Society of Newspaper Editors for deadline writing in 1987.

    Fineman is survived by his wife, Michelle Prosser-Fineman; a stepdaughter and a stepson; and his mother and a brother.

    Report by: Osama Al-Qawash, ASN-News regional Iraq Correspondent.

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