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Targeted and cross fire killings

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. ...

20 March 2013

The journalist for Nuestro Diario newspaper was shot and fatally wounded in the city of Pedro de Alvarado in the eastern Guatemalan province of Jutiapa near the border with El Salvador, the newspaper said in a statement. ...

18 March 2013

The producer at Mustaqbal Radio, a private radio station in Mogadishu, was among eight people killed when a suicide bomber blew up his car near the Presidential Palace. ...

14 March 2013

The reporter for Sana al-Thawra , a self proclaimed Syrian Arab News Agency for the Revolution) was killed during government shelling of the Damascus suburb of Moadamyat al-Sham, according to his employer, Sana al-Thawra, and media reports. ...

10 March 2013

The two cameramen for Qaboun Media Center were killed by a mortar shell, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. The media center distributed video that was published by a number of international news organizations, CPJ said. ...

09 March 2013

The radio reporter and columnist was gunned down at his home in Ipatinga, a city in Brazil's Minas Gerais state, according to news reports quoting officials. ...

03 March 2013

The online photojournalist who wrote for a news website Ojinga Noticias was shot while he ate at a taco stand in the Mexican town of Ojinaga, in the state of Chihuahua. ...

01 March 2013

The correspondent for  Intikhab newspaperwas killed by gunmen travelling by motorcycle in Kalat, in the southwestern province of Balochistan. Afridi (56) had worked as a journalist since 1995 and was president of the Kalat press club. ...