A Fox News journalist known for covering high-profile international stories was found dead this week in an apparent suicide, Fox News reports. Officials found the body of Dominic Di-Natale, 43, on Wednesday in Jefferson County, Colo., where he owned property. A friend had alerted the officials, saying Di-Natale was in a dark frame of mind "regarding serious undisclosed health issues," notes Fox. The county coroner called the death a suicide. The UK-born, veteran reporter had covered Osama bin Laden's killing, demonstrations in Tahrir Square, and protests in Ferguson, Mo., and worked at other news outlets, including BBC World. Among reactions from his colleagues, per the Daily News:
- "Damn shame about colleague Dominic Di-Natale, a terrific reporter I worked alongside in Iraq," tweeted Geraldo Rivera. "He had severe health issues. Condolences & RIP."
- "Breaks my heart," writes Greta Van Susteren. "Dominic was a good guy."
- "So sad to hear Fox's Dominic Di-Natale has died," tweeted Megyn Kelly. "A great reporter, who off-air was always trying to help US troops. I will miss him."
Fox says it was "extremely saddened to hear of Dominic's passing" and called him "an esteemed journalist and an integral part of our news coverage throughout the Middle East." (Read more Fox News stories.)