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Targeted and cross fire killings

11 December 2017

The 28 - year-old journalist, also known Gabow, was killed when an explosive which had been planted underneath his car's driving seat blew up in Mogadishu's Madina district. ...

17 November 2017

The cameraman for Rah-e-Farda TV was critically wounded in the suicide attack at a political gathering in Kabul on November 16 and succumbed to his injuries at a hospital on November 17. ...

16 November 2017

According to media reports, Rana was killed while covering the clashes between the Iraqi Army and ISIS in Al-Anbar on the Iraqi-Syrian border. ...

15 November 2017

The 50-year-old cameraman with Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) based in the state capital, Awka, was found dead four days after he was reporting missing by his family. ...

29 October 2017

The bureau-chief of Al-Jisr, an Istanbul based TV channel was killed during shelling in Eastern Ghouta, a town held by Syrian opposition forces. ...

24 October 2017

The 29-year-old operations manager and broadcaster of dxBF Prime Broadcasting Network, was driving home with his girlfriend in Mindanao, south of the Philippines when a gunman in the van drove up and opened fire. ...

23 October 2017

The journalist who worked for Canal 12 was gunned down in Copán department, west of Honduras, as he was on his way to work by unidentified armed men open fire from a vehicle. ...

16 October 2017

The female independent journalist, specialising in investigative reporting, was killed in a car blast that left her vehicle in several pieces in Bidnija. ...

15 October 2017

The journalist was injured in roadside car bombs in Abu Fas village in the south of Hassakah on 12 October, where he was reporting with his colleague Dilshan Ibish who died on the same day. ...

14 October 2017

The 31-year old cameraman was killed in a massive suicide bombing at the busy KM5 junction in Mogadishu when the militants blew up a truck in the capital. ...