Paul Conroy

Paul Conroy


Paul Conroy is a photojournalist and documentary maker, who began his career in the military. He has worked in warzones all over the world, taking photographs and making films for the BBC, Sky TV and the Sunday Times, amongst others.

Conroy was one of the first journalists to enter Libya when the uprising there began in 2011, and his talents meant he was soon teamed with the Sunday Times’ Marie Colvin, hailed as the greatest war reporter of his generation. The pair smuggled themselves into the besieged city of Misrata at a time when most of the foreign press corps had decided it was too dangerous to stay. They ended up covering the brutal shelling of the city for two months, longer than any other journalist team. He spent the next six months working in Libya with Colvin, before working together again in Syria in early 2012 to report on the atrocities being committed. It was to be the pair’s last assignment together. Colvin was killed in a rocket attack in Homs, Syria in February 2012.

Paul’s memoir, Under the Wire, was published by Quercus in June 2013.


Under the Wire: Marie Colvin’s Final Assignment @@reflextv

“Top medical experts”
-Pathologist who doesn’t have a license anymore and who’s own college disowned her
-Ex-pharma guy “no second wave it’s all false positives”
-And a printer salesman, with a keto book.

And you wonder why @talkRADIO was taken off YouTube?

(Albeit temporarily)

A young man’s death and tomorrow’s election in Uganda. My @Channel4News story on the killing of a supporter of @HEBobiwine. With @munksoren and @hodgerob

Gibbering hysterics.

There were higher excess deaths in 2020 that at any time since 1945. Tell that to the minimisers and denialists. Excess deaths mean unnecessary deaths. 85,000 people

Priti Patel to host the Downing Street press conference at fivety hundred and zero four thousandly and six o clock.

Indeed. I used to think “The Thick of It” was satire. It’s now very clear that it could not be clearer that it is a documentary. Clearly.

It seems like some of the 'it's all over' and 'herd immunity' crowds are deleting their old tweets.

It would be a real shame if someone had made a living timeline of their dangerous claims.

A real shame.

Everyone has his own life... and his own problems.
Photo from Istanbul/Turkey

Thanks for reminding me of Boris Johnson's world beating interest in music. (The capo, mate. The capo.)

What is this? @Jacob_Rees_Mogg unlawfully asked the Queen to close down Parliament and now shuts down a key committee. Our democracy is under attack from a Government that does not respect the rule of law aided by a man who supported Trump.

This is the new variant spread in the U.K., starting DURING the November “lockdown”.

London is particularly terrifying.

The system for getting supplies to Northern Ireland may be 5 days from collapse due to the Irish Sea border & will result in empty shelves, hauliers have warned Michael Gove in a grimly explicit 11-page haulage industry report seen by the News Letter.

Covid/lockdown/*amend as required* sceptics give scepticism a bad name. They are mostly just toddlers who want fame or people who said something silly and now can’t admit they were wrong.

Hi there, I'm new to Twitter and looking to make new friends.

Five doctor siblings whose dad died of Covid make powerful plea to follow rules Thank you Vikki_Mirror for doing this so sensitively - it was hard but our dad would want us to do it - hope it helps. Gov risked lives. #COVID19 @MayorofLondon #majorincident

Big shout out to my Eldest son, Max, who starts work at the Exeter Nightingale this weekend. Proud of you mate xxx

I'm told @darrengrimes_ is trying to delete this image from the internet; please do not RT this image it will make his job harder.

The Making of QAnon: A Crowdsourced Conspiracy

I can’t think of a single news outlet that’s done more damage to carers than TalkRadio.

Stick your platitudes and go and find some journalistic integrity.