Safety of Journalists > Targeted and cross fire killings

Afghanistan

12 July 2014

According to the Afghanistan Journalists Centre (AFJC), the radio journalist was gunned down at his home by unidentified assaillants who knocked at his door. ...

14 May 2014

According to the Afghanistan Independent Journalists’ Association (AIJA), an IFJ affiliate, Mohammad Nasim Turak was killed by an unknown assailant in Kandi Rijaee village, in the Alingar district of the eastern Laghman province. ...

04 April 2014

The female photographer for Associated Press was gunned down at a police station in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Khost, according to the statement by the news agency. ...

22 March 2014

The AFP correspondent in Kabul was shot dead along his wife and daughter when gunmen attacked the Serena Hotel where the family was having dinner. His son was also seriously injured in the attack. ...

11 March 2014

The journalist, who worked for Sveriges Radio, the Swedish public service radio station was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in a rare daylight attack in Kaboul. ...

26 January 2014

The 22-year-old producer for Nawa radio was killed in a suicide attack which targeted an Afghan army bus in the capital Kabul, media reports said. ...

23 January 2014

The journalist for Bust Radio and correspondet for The New York Times in Helmand province was kidnapped, severely beaten and hanged, according to the Afghanistan Independent Journalists’ Association (AIJA). ...

14 May 2013

A journalist based in Laghman province, was killed by an unknown assailant in Kandi Rijaee village, in the Alingar district of the eastern Laghman province, according to the Afghanistan Independent Journalists' Association (AIJA), an affiliated of ...