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Targeted and cross fire killings

14 August 2013

Four journalists were killed as Egyptian security forces moved in to break up the pro- Morsi sit-ins in Cairo. ...

30 July 2013

The two columnists for the Aksyon Ngayon newspaper were killed in a drive-by shooting incident, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). ...

29 July 2013

According to eyewitness reports, Gomez was gunned down by two assailants upon his arrival at Radio Guadalajara where he presented a morning ‘Talk-Back’ programme.

24 July 2013

The pro-Syrian government journalist, was killed in the coastal town of Sarafand, southern Lebanon and a stronghold of Hezbollah where he was living with his Lebanese wife. ...

17 July 2013

The journalist, who covered the police beat in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, was found dead reportedly with gunshot wounds. ...

10 July 2013

The correspondent of Globo TV in San Pedro of Sula was kidnapped on 24 June as he was driving near the Olympic stadium. A few hours later, his truck was found in a sugar plantation located in the Villanueva Balsam. ...

09 July 2013

The deputy chief editor of Novoye Delo ( New Business) newspaper was killed by gunmen in Dagestan, Russia’s North Caucus . ...

08 July 2013

The photographer (26) was shot dead by a sniper while covering clashes between security forces and pro-Morsi protestors at the Republican Guards’ headquarters in Cairo.

07 July 2013

Farah, who worked for Bossasso-based Somali Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) and London-based Kalsan TV, was shot dead in Puntland, according to the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ). ...

28 June 2013

Mr Hassan, 38, who worked for the local Shaab Misr newspaper, was killed on 28 June in an explosion that is believed to have been caused by a home-made hand grenade while reporting on a protest against Egyptian President, Mohamed Morsi, in the ...