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Journalists killed in 2014

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100 journalists and media workers were killed around the world in 2014.

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Journalists killed in 2014

  1. 1. CJFE remembers journalists killed in 2014
  2. 2. Africa
  3. 3. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC Camille Lepage, freelance photojournalist (French) Elisabeth Blanche Olofio, radio journalist DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO Kennedy Germain Mumbere Muliwavyo, TV reporter Robert Chamwami Shalubuto, radio reporter GUINEA Facély Camara, radio journalist Molou Chérif, radio technician Sidiki Sidibé, radio technician
  4. 4. SOMALIA Yusuf Ahmed Abukar (Yusuf Keynan), radio journalist Abdirisaq Ali Abdi (Silver), radio journalist Abdulkadir Ahmed Mayow, TV journalist Mohamed Isaq Barre, TV journalist UGANDA Mubiru Royce Kakebe, photojournalist
  5. 5. Americas
  6. 6. BRAZIL Santiago Ilídio Andrade, cameraman Pedro Palma, newspaper editor Geolino Lopes Xavier, TV/radio presenter Marcos de Barros Leopoldo Guerra, journalist COLOMBIA Yonni Steven Caicedo, cameraman Luis Carlos Cervantes Solano, radio director/journalist HONDURAS Hernán Cruz Barnica, radio journalist Nery Francisco Soto Torres, journalist Reynaldo Paz Mayes, journalist
  7. 7. MEXICO Gregorio Jiménez de la Cruz, journalist Jorge Torres Palacios, journalist Octavio Rojas Hernández, journalist Atilano Román Tirado, radio journalist/activist Maria del Rosario Fuentes Rubio, citizen journalist Antonio Gamboa Urías, journalist/editor PARAGUAY Fausto Gabriel Alcaraz Garay, radio journalist Edgar Pantaleón Fernández Fleitas, radio journalist Pablo Medina Velázquez, journalist PERU Donny Buchelli Cueva, radio journalist
  8. 8. Asia
  9. 9. AFGHANISTAN Noor Ahmad Noori, radio producer Nils Horner, foreign correspondent (Swedish) Sardar Ahmad, journalist Anja Niedringhaus, photojournalist (German) Khalid Agha Yaqubi, journalist/producer Palwasha Tokhi Meranzai, journalist BANGLEDESH Shah Alam Sagar, journalist Sadrul Alam Nipul, journalist
  10. 10. BURMA Aung Kyaw Naing, freelance journalist CAMBODIA Suon Chan, journalist Taing Try, freelance journalist INDIA Tarun Kumar Acharya, reporter Shafat Sidiq, photojournalist (Kashmiri)
  11. 11. PAKISTAN Shan Dahar (Odhor), TV journalist Waqas Aziz Khan, broadcast technician Abrar Tanoli, photographer/journalist Irshad Mastoi, bureau chief Ghulam Rasool Khattak, journalist Yaqoob Shehzad, TV journalist PHILIPPINES Rubylita “Ruby” Garcia, journalist Nilo Baculo Sr., radio journalist
  12. 12. Europe and Central Asia
  13. 13. RUSSIA Timur Kuashev, freelance journalist/activist UKRAINE Vyacheslav Veremyi, journalist Vasily Sergiyenko, journalist Andrea Rocchelli, photojournalist (Italian) Igor Kornelyuk, journalist Anton Voloshin, sound engineer Anatoly Kylan, cameraman (Russian) Andrei Stenin, journalist (Russian)
  14. 14. Middle East and North Africa
  15. 15. EGYPT Mohamed Helmy, freelance photojournalist Mayada Ashraf, journalist IRAQ Firas Mohammed Attiyah, TV journalist Muthanna Abdul Hussein, cameraman Khaled Abdel Thamer, cameraman Mohammed Bdaiwi Obaid al-Shammari, radio bureau chief Kamran Najm Ibrahim, freelance photographer Khaled Ali Hamada, cameraman Leyla Yildizhan (Deniz Firat), freelance journalist Raad al-Azzawi, cameraman Muhanad Akidi, journalist
  16. 16. LIBYA Miftah Bouzeid, newspaper editor Tawfiq Faraj Ben Saud, radio journalist/activist PALESTINE Khaled Hamad, cameraman Rami Rayan, photojournalist Sameh Al-Aryan, journalist Mohammed Aldeiri, photojournalist Abdallah Fahjan, photojournalist Simone Camilli, video journalist (Italian) Ali Shehda Abu Afash, fixer
  17. 17. SAUDI ARABIA Hussein Ali Madan Al-Faraj, photographer/cameraman SYRIA Maher Hasroumi, citizen journalist Amin Abu Ahmad, citizen journalist Sultan Al-Shami, citizen journalist Omar Abdel Qader, cameraman (Lebanese) Ali Mustafa, freelance photographer (Canadian) Hamza Haj Hassan, journalist (Lebanese) Mohamad Mantash, cameraman (Lebanese) Halim Allaw, TV technician (Lebanese)
  18. 18. SYRIA (CONT’D) Mohammad Omar Khatib, journalist Ahmed Hasan Ahmed, photojournalist (Egyptian) Hazem Abu Al-Nawras, journalist James Foley, freelance journalist (American) Steven Sotloff, freelance journalist (American) Mohammed al-Qasim, radio journalist Rami Asmi, TV journalist Yousef El-Dous, TV journalist Salem Khalil, cameraman Mahran al-Deeri, freelance journalist YEMEN Luke Somers, freelance journalist (American)
  19. 19. 100 JOURNALISTS KILLED IN 2 0 1 4

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