Are We Tired Of Journalists-Under-Fire Stories?

Maybe it's just us, but it seems the kidnapping of two Fox News journalists in the Gaza Strip last week has gotten far less attention from the press than other high-profile kidnappings – like that of Christian Science Monitor reporter Jill Carroll. Now, there may be a lot of reasons for that: It may be the difference between women and men captives; it could be because the Fox News journalists were captured in Gaza, not Iraq; or I could be all wet about the whole thing. Let me know what you think, meanwhile a quick update:
A New Zealand envoy and the brother of an American reporter made separate televised pleas Sunday urging militants to release two Fox News journalists kidnapped last week in the Gaza Strip.

American correspondent Steve Centanni, 60, and cameraman Olaf Wiig, 36, of New Zealand were seized Aug. 14 from their TV van near the Palestinian security services headquarters in Gaza City.

The New Zealand envoy, Peter Ridder, spoke outside the office of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza City shortly after the two men met. Ridder said Haniyeh gave him his personal commitment that returning the men safely was a top Palestinian government priority.