Reuters, you are not alone. The news agency fired a photographer this weekend after it became clear that he had doctored war photos from Lebanon, but it would seem that Reuters isn't the only respectable news organization with this problem. While not quite so stupid as to get sloppy with Photoshop, Tyler Hicks of the venerable New York Times has some questionable work of his own. In this photo, a man appears to be pulling a remarkably un-dusty, possibly dead man from wreckage in Tyre — note the victim's shorts and his hat, which is conveniently tucked to his side. But in the later photos (after the jump), un-dusty possibly dead man seems to be doing just fine.

So disappointing. Bill Cunningham would've never let this happen.

UPDATE: The Times correction notes that the photo's original caption was "imprecise" and that un-dusty man "had fallen and was hurt." If that's so, he still seems to be managing pretty well in the following pics.
UPDATE2: The sensitive folks at the Times would also like to note that the first image in this post is actually the sixth in their montage, coming after the following photos. So Mr. Un-dusty got hurt later, as pictured here, at which point he carefully hid his hat to his side so as to convey his new injuries.

'Times' War Photos Artfully Staged, Directed

'Times' War Photos Artfully Staged, Directed

'Times' War Photos Artfully Staged, Directed

New York Times Busted in Hezbollah Photo Fraud [Gateway Pundit]
Earlier: Wire Service Photo Slapfight: Dust Marks, Dirty Sensors, Cloned Hands