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Tom Rayner, the Sky News producer who was working with cameraman Mick Deane in Egypt has tweeted his tribute:
ITN chief executive John Hardie has paid tribute to Sky News cameraman Mick Deane, who was shot and killed in Egypt this morning.
Sky News' foreign affairs editor Tim Marshall described cameraman Mick Deane as "a friend, brave as a lion but what a heart…what a human being".
British cameraman Mick Deane was working with Middle East correspondent Sam Kiley when he was shot and wounded, Sky News said in a statement.
The 61-year-old, who was married with two sons, received medical injuries for his injuries but died shortly afterwards, the broadcaster added.
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Whether undercover in North Korea or exposed on Bosnian roads, Mick Deane ensured we left at the right time. This time he couldn't get out.
A British cameraman was killed in Cairo while covering clashes between supporters of Mohamed Morsi and Egyptian security forces.