Reuters has withdrawn a photo of Beirut following an Israeli Air Force air raid, after admitting that the clouds of smoke in the photo had been digitally enhanced. Reuters apologized to editors who subscribe to the news service and suspended the photographer who took the photo, and apparently altered it, using Photo Shop or a similar program. The fraud was discovered by American bloggers, including Charles Johnson at Little Green Footballs, part of the league of sleuths who previously broke the story of CBS's use of forged memos concerning the National Guard service of President George W. Bush. Interestingly enough, Adnan Haj, the photographer is question, is also the photographer who took many of the photos at the "atrocity" at Qana. Hmmm.