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People internally displaced from Deraa province at a temporary camp in the Aleppo province in Syria on July 23, 2018. Civilians including at least 60 journalists fled the southern provinces of Daraa and Quneitra for northern Syria to escape advancing government-aligned forces. (Reuters/Khalil Ashawi)

Syrian journalist killed in airstrike in western Aleppo province

Beirut, August 13, 2018–The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the killing of Syrian cameraperson and photojournalist Ahmed Azize and urged all parties in the ongoing Syrian conflict to guarantee the safety of civilians, including journalists.

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Members Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces stand guard near destroyed buildings in eastern Ghouta on April 2, 2018. Two members of a Turkish-funded militant group on March 21, 2018, attacked a Syrian cameraperson as he was covering the arrival of refugee convoys from eastern Ghouta, according to reports. (Reuters/Omar Sanadiki)

Syrian journalist attacked covering arrival of Ghouta evacuees in Hama

Two members of the Turkish-funded militant group Ahrar al-Sham on March 31, 2018, attacked Syrian photographer and cameraperson Mohammed Hussein Obeid, also known as Abu Fahd al-Shami, while he was covering the arrival of refugee convoys from eastern Ghouta to the northwestern Hama province, according to the Syrian Journalists Association and Obeid.

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