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Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
Journalists killed 2013 final
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  1. CJFE remembers journalists killed in 2013
  2. Africa
  3. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC Elisabeth Blanche Olofio, Radio Journalist CONGO Guylain Chanjabo, Journalist CÔTE D’IVOIRE Desire Oue, Magazine Editor KENYA Bernard Wesonga, Journalist
  4. MALI Ghislaine Dupont, Journalist (French) Claude Verlon, Sound Engineer (French) NIGERIA Ikechukwu Udendu, Editor SOMALIA Abdihared Osman Aden, TV/Radio Journalist Liban Abdullahi Farah, TV Journalist Mohamed Hassan Habeeb, Journalist Mohamed Ali Nuhurkey, Journalist Mohamed Ibrahim Raage, TV/Radio Journalist
  5. SOMALIA (CONT’D) Ahmed Sharif, Radio Technician Mohamed Mohamud Tima’ade, TV Journalist TANZANIA Issa Ngumba, Radio Journalist
  6. Americas
  7. BRAZIL Walgney Assis Carvalho, Freelance Photojournalist Mafaldo Bizarre Gois, Radio Journalist Rodrigo Neto de Faria, Journalist Renato Machado Gonçalves, Radio Host/Owner Cláudio Moleiro de Souza, Radio Station Manager COLOMBIA Édison Alberto Molina, Radio Host/Lawyer GUATEMALA Carlos Alberto Orellana Chavez, Radio Talk Host Luis de Jesús Lima, Radio Journalist Luis Alberto Lemus Ruano, Journalist/Media Owner Jaime Napoleón Jarquín Duarte, Journalist
  8. HAITI Pierre-Richard Alexandre, Radio Journalist HONDURAS Anibal Barrow, Radio Talk Host Manuel Murillo Varela, Camera Operator MEXICO Daniel Alejandro Martinez Balzaldúa, Photojournalist Alberto López Bello, Print and Radio Journalist Jaime Guadalupe González Dominguez, Editor Mario Ricardo Chávez, Journalist
  9. PARAGUAY Carlos Manuel Artaza, Journalist Marcelino Vazquez, Radio Station Manager/Owner PERU Luis Choy, Photojournalist
  10. Asia
  11. AFGHANISTAN Mohammad Mohsin Hashimi, Radio Technician BANGLEDESH Ahmed Rajib Haider, Freelance Journalist INDIA Ranjit Choudhary, Newspaper Manager Narendra Dabholkar, Editor Nemi Chand Jain, Journalist Israr, Freelance Photographer Rajesh Verma, TV Journalist/Camera Operator Rakesh Sharma, Journalist Sujit Bhattacharya, Newspaper Proof Reader
  12. PAKISTAN Mehmood Jan Afridi, Journalist Aslam Durrani, Editor Mirza Iqbal Hussain, Photojournalist Ahmed Ali Joiya, Journalist Saif ur Rehman, TV Journalist Imran Shaikh, Camera Operator Malik Mumtaz Khan, Journalist Ayub Khan Khattak, Journalist PHILIPPINES Mario Vendiola Baylosis, Radio Journalist Richard Ko, Journalist Boniface Loreto, Journalist Mario Sy, Freelance Photojournalist
  13. PHILIPPINES (CONT’D) Jesus “Jessie” Tabanao, Radio Host Fernando “Naning” Solijon, Radio Anchorman Vergel Bico, Editor Joas Dignos, Radio Journalist RUSSIA Akhmednabi Akhmednabiev, Deputy Editor/Reporter Mikhail Beketov, Journalist
  14. Middle East and North Africa
  15. EGYPT Mick Deane, Photojournalist/Camera Operator (German) Ahmed Abdel Gawad, Reporter/Editorial Manager Salah al-Din-Hasan, Internet Reporter Tamer Abdel Raouf, Journalist Ahmed Samir Assem El-Sanoussi, Photographer Mosaab al-Shami, Photojournalist IRAQ Mohammed Karim al-Badrani, Correspondent Mohammed Ghanem, Cameraman Saad Zaghloul, Journalist Bashar Abdulqader Najm Al-Nouaymir, TV Camera Operator Alaa Edward Butros, TV Cameraman
  16. SYRIA Yves Debay, Journalist (French) Abdul Raheem Kour Hassan, Journalist Ghaith Abd-al Jawad, Freelance Videographer Amr Badir al-Deen Junaid, Freelance Videographer Mohamed al-Mesalma, TV Journalist Olivier Voisin, Freelance Photojournalist (French) Suhail Mahmoud al-Ali, TV Journalist/Editor Mohamed Abd Al-Rahman, Journalist Yossef Adel Bakri, Reporter/Videographer Walid Jamil Amira, Camera Operator/Photojournalist Yara Abbas, TV Journalist Fidaa al-Baali, TV Journalist Hadi Baghbani, Documentary Filmmaker (Iranian)
  17. SYRIA (CONT’D) Murhaf al-Modahi/Abu Shuja, Photojournalist Mohamed Saeed Al-Khatib, Correspondent Mohamed Ahmed Taysir Bellou (alias Mohamed Al-Adani), Reporter/Editor
  18. 89 JOURNALISTS KILLED IN 2013

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