135 journalists and 50 support workers have died in direct connection to their work in Iraq.
88 percent of media deaths are Iraqis.
70 percent of media deaths were murders; 30 percent were combat-related.
79 percent of killings were committed by insurgent forces. U.S. forces were responsible for 12 percent of deaths.
62 percent of victims worked for Iraqi news organizations; 38 percent worked for international news organizations.
27 employees of Iraq Media Network, which includes Al-Iraqiya, and Al-Sabah newspaper, have been killed, the highest death toll among news outlets.
38 Iraqi journalists have gone into exile due to work-related persecution.
For a complete database of all journalist deaths, visit www.cpj.org/deadly.