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Targeted and cross fire killings

28 May 2013

February 8 The deputy head of programming at the Dubai-based Arabian Radio Network was killed in a boat collision while on assignment in the Seychelles. ...

28 May 2013

February 24 The 30 year-old Canadian journalist was killed when the plane he was travelling in crashed near Mount Kenya. Dr Anthony King, the director of the Laikipia Wildlift Forum Trust Fund, who was piloting the plane also died. ...

28 May 2013

April 3 The 28 year-old reporter for Asia News International (ANI), was filming a snow clearing operation with two colleagues in the Rahla Nallah area when the accident took place. ...

28 May 2013

February 22 The 51 year-old journalist for Radio Jaguaribe FM, was shot dead by men on motorbike as he was walking to work, media reports said. He was hit twice in the head and three times in the chest, police said. ...

27 May 2013

The female television correspondent for Al-Ikhbariyah TV, a pro-government channel, was killed while covering clashes near the border with Lebanon, according to media reports quoting the Syrian Information Ministry sources. ...

24 May 2013

The journalist who reported for several local newspapers and magazines was killed in Bahawalnagar district of Punjab province in Pakistan. ...

19 May 2013

The three employees of  the Bengali language daily, Dainik Ganadoot, were killed during a frenzy attack on the newspaper’s office in Agartala, capital of the northeastern Indian state of Tripura. ...

18 May 2013

The 66 – year old founder and editor of the Selsovet (Village Council) newspaper, was gunned down in the Stavropol region. ...

17 May 2013

The body of Guylain Chanjabo, a journalist for Radio Canal Révélation based in Bunia, the provincial capital of Ituri in the north eastern Congo, was found on the bank of the Ngezi River. He had been missing for twelve days. ...

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 ...