6 Journalists Killed in 2017/Motive Confirmed


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2017

1992


Statistical Analysis

Job *

33% Broadcast reporter
17% Camera Operator
17% Internet reporter/writer
50% Print reporter/writer
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Medium *

33% Internet
50% Print
50% Television
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Gender

83% Male
17% Female
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Local / Foreign

100% Local
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Murder Victims

50% Threatened

Type of Death

33% Crossfire/Combat
33% Dangerous Assignment
33% Murder
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Impunity in Murder Cases

100% Complete impunity
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Suspected Source of Fire

17% Government Officials
17% Military Officials
33% Political Group
33% Unknown
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Beats Covered by Victims *

33% Crime
50% Politics
33% War
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Freelance

17% 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.


Deadliest Countries in 2017

  1. Mexico: 1
  2. Bangladesh: 1
  1. Syria: 1
  2. Philippines: 1
  1. Iraq: 1
  2. Pakistan: 1

6 Journalists Killed in 2017/Motive Confirmed

     Terminology explained

Joaquin Briones, Remate

     March 13, 2017, in Milagros, Masbate, Philippines

Mohamed Abazied (George Samara), Nabd Syria Satellite Station/ Syria Media Organization (SMO)

     March 12, 2017, in Daraa, Syria

Cecilio Pineda Birto, Freelance

     March 2, 2017, in Ciudad Altamirano, Mexico

Shifa Zikri Ibrahim (Shifa Gardi), Rudaw TV

     February 25, 2017, in Mosul, Iraq

Taimoor Khan, Samaa TV

     February 12, 2017, in Karachi, Pakistan

Abdul Hakim Shimul, Samakal

     February 3, 2017, in Shahjadpur, Bangladesh



3 Journalists Killed in 2017/Motive Unconfirmed

     Terminology explained

Ricardo Monlui Cabrera, El Político

     March 19, 2017, in Yanga, Veracruz, Mexico

Igor Abisaí Padilla Chávez, HCH

     January 17, 2017, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Muhammad Jan, Qudrat

     January 12, 2017, in Qalat, Pakistan