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Targeted and cross fire killings

18 November 2013

The photographer with the Fasatu news agency was among people killed in Tripoli when members of the Misrata milita opened fire on protesters who had gathered outside its headquarters in Tripoli to demand an end to the reign of the Katiba ( milit ...

15 November 2013

The editor-in-chief of ‘ Tomorow ‘, a popular magazine among the Christian community in Ivory Coast and reportedly close to former President Laurent Gbagbo, was killed at his home located in Cocody-Angré , a district of the economic capital Ab ...

12 November 2013

The four journalists died while reporting on the typhoon "Yolanda" in Tacloban City , according to the National Union of Journalists (NUJP). ...

02 November 2013

The two reporters working for French international broadcaster, Radio France International (RFI) were abducted in the Malian northern city of Kidal by several armed men who bundled them in a car and drove them out of the city. ...

30 October 2013

The cameraman for the Turkish state broadcaster TRT, Hasan Elmas died in a car crash, on the Belgrade-Niš highway, in Serbia. ...

29 October 2013

The television correspondent for Al Arabiya was shot dead by hooded gunman using while on assignment in the Hreitan village located in the city of Aleppo, the cable network said. ...

27 October 2013

Somali broadcast journalist Mohamed Mohamud Tima'ade died of wounds sustained in an assassination attempt on 22 October 2013. He was taken to Madina hospital where he died on Sunday. ...

24 October 2013

The cameraman for Al-Mosuliya television station was killed by gunmen outside his house, according to police sources quoted in media. ...

11 October 2013

The journalist for Jang, one of Pakistan’s largest media groups which publishes the Urdu daily Jang , the English daily News International and owns the GEO broadcast network; was gunned down outside his home in the district of Karak in Paki ...

09 October 2013

The photographer who formerly worked for deposed President Manuel Zelaya was found dead in Tegucigalpa, three years after the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) requested that the Honduran state to guarantee the photographer's "l ...