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Dalati, who died suddenly from heart failure, was the government's official photographer, covering presidents and ministers for decades.Khatib said Dalati had never complained of any health issues until recently."He was the most experienced photographer you will ever know and it was amazing how much he respected both the young and old," Fehmi said.He added that Dalati was still working in the days leading up to his death. Sami Baitamouni, a photographer for LBCI television, echoed his colleagues' praise for Dalati. "I knew him for 25 years and he always had a smile on his face, even with all the problems he faced," Baitamouni said. He worked with Dalati at the Grand Serail, shooting video while Dalati took photographs.
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