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Targeted and cross fire killings

29 September 2013

A Syrian photographer who had contributed work to the French news agency AFP has been killed by shelling in the eastern city of Deir Ezzor, according to a fellow photographer quoted by media reports. ...

28 September 2013

The newspaper vendor was shot several times by unidentified attackers in the town of Caicedonia in the western province of Valle del Cauca of Colombia, according to media reports. ...

22 September 2013

The Jalandhar-based reporter of the Hindustan Times newspaper died in a car accident when a truck overtook and hit the car he was travelling in alongside a police superintendent. ...

15 September 2013

The journalist who worked for the youth publication of Baath, the ruling party in Syria was among people who died in a bomb attack in northwest Syria, according to the Syrian state news agency, Sana. ...

14 September 2013

The radio presenter was shot dead by an unidentified gunman on a motorcycle in the central region of Cebu City. ...

11 September 2013

The presenter for Puerto Berrío stereo community radio was shot dead by a gunman on a motorcycle as he left the station’s offices with his wife. He was hit four times in an attach which left his wife also injured. ...

07 September 2013

According to information received by the IFJ affiliate, the National Union of Journalists ofIndia (NUJ-I), cameraman Rajesh Verma who worked for the IBN 7, a cable channel which broadcasts in English, Hindi, Marathi and other languages all acros ...

04 September 2013

The 40-year old was the second journalist murdered in a week in Philippines. ...

30 August 2013

The popular radio commentator and an outspoken critic of corruption and rising crime in a southern Philippine city of Lligan, was killed by a gunman, according to media reports citing police sources. ...

23 August 2013

The reporter for Dainik Aa j newspaper in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh was shot dead by unidentified gunmen, according to Reporters Without Borders. ...