These days Roberto Cox is in Iraq, reporting on demand Patricio Gonzalezwho is trying to get her Swedish grandchildren back from Isis' hands in Syria.
From this side, the communicator shared an image through his social networks, which lie in front of the war-ravaged site.
In particular, the photo is taken Mosula city located in northern Iraq, about 400 kilometers from the capital Baghdad.
– Mosul, the last bastion of the Islamic state. Just moving! "The journalist from Chilliwon wrote. However, with the expiration of the hours his publication began to be criticized.
Some users rated the reporter "Disoriented," "Unconscious," and "Unattractive"for positioning in the middle of a collision-affected location.
He even compared the young woman who took a photo of the fires that had previously affected Valparaiso.
BioBioChile He contacted Coke, who is still in Iraq, to get a version of these questions. But the journalist prefers not to refer to the subject.
– Jorge Werta! (@ jorge7520) April 25, 2019
How much more inappropriate, how do we make such a picture in a place destroyed by the war? ??♂️ pic.twitter.com/ng2vNEpaJu
– Hernán (@hernan_sr) April 25, 2019
I seriously saw Roberto Cox's photo going through TL several times, and I thought this was the cover of a new album. The pure and holy truth.
– fílmico.tv (@filmico) April 25, 2019
For Roberto Cox, the famous photo I post in the context of the news or was it published in a personal quality? I think if it was the last one, there was nothing wrong
– Chack (@IvanPavezB) April 25, 2019
For Roberto Cox, I will say that all military reporters, operators and military photographers are filmed in conflict zones, the problem I think in this case is that it gives a shining hue to the picture, not a professional paint. ,
"Mauro Lorca, a rebellious son. (@Maurolorca) April 25, 2019
"Roberto Cox" Now the conflict is in Yemen … when the report comes from there … because the bastard is only for the picture that is clear that … 2 years ago this area was released by Isis
– Pablo Novoa (@theBadSeeds) April 25, 2019
Very badly Roberto Cox with pictures in war. I have to learn better than the great Santiago Pavlovich, who has more experience and judgment when he comes to report in conflict places.
– Guillermo Heredia Leal (@ Memoheredia84) April 25, 2019
Recall that the relatives of the seven children held in a camp in Syria have sent a letter to the president Sebastian Pinera, so the government can speed up the efforts that lead Chile to bring children.
Juan Carlos Godody, a representative of the family, criticizes the slowness of the negotiations and compares them with the speed at which La Moneada reacted to the fire of Notre Dame Cathedralin Paris.
Meanwhile, from Iraq, the grandfather of the children, Patricio Gonzalez, explained Radio Bio Bio waiting for a final document to be able to bring out of Al-Hahl's grandchildren who have serious lung problems and malnutrition.