Safety of Journalists > Targeted and cross fire killings

Yemen

16 September 2018

Technician Omar Azzi and security guards Jamai Musayab and Obeif Jamai, all working for the Yemeni al-Maraweah radio station were killed in the bombing of the station’s premises by warplanes from the Saudi-led military coalition, which de ...

02 June 2018

The journalist died just two days after his release from a Houthi prison and his family said that Al-Rakan died due to the torture that he had faced, according to his statements shortly before his death and to the report of the physician who exa ...

13 April 2018

The photographer and camera operator working for Belquees TV and AFP French news agency was also killed after a rocket fired by the Houthi group set his vehicle on fire. ...

12 April 2018

Mohammed Naser Al-Washalin , producer ar Yemen TV and the station’s set decorator Abdullah Al-Najjar were both killed in an airstrike by the Saudi Coalition in Bajil area of Al-Hudaydah governorate (west Yemen) while filming a drama TV series. ...

26 May 2017

The three photojournalists were killed in a rocket attack carried out by the al Houthi rebels in Taiz city, according to the Yemeni Journalists' Syndicate, an IFJ affiliate. ...

18 November 2016

The Yemeni Journalists' Syndicate (YJS), and an IFJ affiliate said that the cameraman for Taiz News Network was killed in a mine explosion in the Askary neighbourhood, east of Taiz. ...

05 August 2016

The c orrespondent for Suhail TV was killed by the al Houthi group while covering clashes in Yemeni province of Al-Jawf . Abadi was also the head of Al Nabaa Media in Al-Jawf province. ...

21 July 2016

The 25-year-old photographer killed while covering fighting in northwest Yemen between pro-government forces and Houthi rebels. ...

29 May 2016

According to the Yemeni Journalists' Syndicate (YJS), an IFJ affiliate, t he correspondent of Mareb Press in Shabwa was killed while covering fighting in Bayhan area.

21 March 2016

The freelance cameraman who contributed to several media outlets in Yemen was killed by a sniper in Taiz, the country’s second most populated city, according to the IFJ affiliated Yemeni Journalists' Syndicate (YJS). ...