11 Journalists Killed on Dangerous Assignment in 2014


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2015

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Statistical Analysis

Job *

27% Broadcast reporter
55% Camera Operator
27% Photographer
9% Producer
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Medium *

27% Internet
18% Print
9% Radio
64% Television
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Gender

82% Male
18% Female
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Local / Foreign

55% Local
45% Foreign
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Suspected Source of Fire

18% Government Officials
9% Local Residents
9% Paramilitary Group
36% Political Group
27% Unknown
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Beats Covered by Victims *

45% Human Rights
82% Politics
73% War
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Freelance

9% Freelance
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All figures are rounded to the nearest full percentage point. * May add up to more than 100 percent because more than one category applies in some cases.


Top Countries in 2014

  1. Iraq: 3
  2. Afghanistan: 3
  1. Syria: 2
  2. Ukraine: 1
  1. Central African Republic: 1
  2. Brazil: 1

11 Journalists Killed on Dangerous Assignment in 2014

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Zubair Hatami, Mitra TV

     December 21, 2014, in Kabul, Afghanistan

Anatoly Klyan, Pervy Kanal

     June 30, 2014, in Donetsk, Ukraine

Ahmed Hasan Ahmed, Xinhua News Agency

     June 20, 2014, in Damascus, Syria

Camille Lepage, Freelance

     May 2014, in Bouar region, Central African Republic

Bilal Ahmed Bilal, Palestine Today TV

     Unknown, in Sednaya, Syria

Anja Niedringhaus, The Associated Press

     April 4, 2014, in Khost, Afghanistan

Nils Horner, Sveriges Radio

     March 11, 2014, in Kabul, Afghanistan

Muthanna Abdel Hussein, Al-Iraqiya

     March 10, 2014, in Hilla, Babil province, Iraq

Khaled Abdel Thamer, Al-Iraqiya

     March 10, 2014, in Hilla, Babil province, Iraq

Santiago Ilídio Andrade, Bandeirantes

     February 10, 2014, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Firas Mohammed Attiyah, Fallujah TV

     January 20, 2014, in Khalidiya, Iraq