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Targeted and cross fire killings

15 April 2013

The journalist for La Vanguardia newspaper was killed in the city of Puebla, media reports said. ...

14 April 2013

The photographer who worked for Vale do Aço newspaper was killed near the town of Ipatinga in the state of Minas Gerais. He was shot twice in the back by a gunman on a motorcycle as he was sitting in a restaurant. ...

11 April 2013

The 33-year-old radio announcer and presenter at Radyo Natin and DXNC-Radyo Suhnan, was killed by two unidentified gunmen on a motorcycle in the town of Kabasalan in the southern province of Zamboanga Sibugay. ...

11 April 2013

The former employee of privately-owned TV stations Ecuavisa, Teleamazonas and TC Televisión, who worked as a freelance journalist and a PR consultant was killed by a gunman who shot him three times. ...

08 April 2013

The former editor of the independent newspaper Khimkinskaya Pravda died of heart failure in a Moscow hospital after choking on food. ...

07 April 2013

The director of Radio Stereo Café and owner of the TV cable channel Café TV was killed in the department of Jutiapa, near the Salvadoran border, according to the Guatemalan Information Centre. ...

03 April 2013

The 27 – year old founder and editor of Novel , a magazine covering all aspects of England’s North East culture and presenter ‘The Weekend Starts Here Show’ on Radio Tyneside was found dead in in a boarded-up hostel on Westgate Road, New Castle, ...

01 April 2013

The death of Adbul Raheem Kour Hassan, former director of broadcasting at Watan FM, was announced to his family on April 1, 2013 by the Syrian officials. They did not offer details on the circumstances or exact date of his death. ...

24 March 2013

The female radio journalist was gunned down in the Somali capital, Mogadishu , according to the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ). ...

23 March 2013

The editor–in-chief of the Haiti Progress newspaper was shot dead outside his home in Port au Prince by armed men who were riding a motorcycle. ...