Donald Neff

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Donald Lloyd Neff (October 15, 1930 – May 10, 2015) was an American journalist. Born in York, Pennsylvania, he spent 16 years in service for Time, and was a former Time bureau chief in Israel.[citation needed] He also worked for the Washington Star.


Neff wrote mainly for the London-based Middle East International and the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, and was the author of several books. Neff died in York, Pennsylvania on May 10, 2015 of heart disease and diabetes, aged 84.[1]


In 1980 he received the O.P.C.'s Mary Hemingway Award for best magazine reporting from abroad.[2]

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