12 Journalists Killed in Crossfire / Combat in 1999


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Statistical Analysis

Job *

8% Broadcast reporter
25% Camera Operator
17% Photographer
42% Print reporter/writer
8% Producer
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Medium *

58% Print
8% Radio
33% Television
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Gender

100% Male
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Local / Foreign

42% Local
58% Foreign
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Beats Covered by Victims *

8% Politics
92% War
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Freelance

8% 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.


Crossfire/Combat Deaths by Country in 1999

  1. Yugoslavia: 5
  2. Russia: 3
  1. Nigeria: 1
  2. Colombia: 1
  1. Lebanon: 1
  2. Sierra Leone: 1

12 Journalists Killed in Crossfire / Combat in 1999

     Terminology explained

Pablo Emilio Medina Motta, TV Garzón

     December 4, 1999, in Gigante, Colombia

Samson Boyi, The Scope

     November 5, 1999, in Adamawa State, Nigeria

Shamil Gigayev, Nokh Cho TV

     October 29, 1999, in Shaami Yurt, Russia

Ramzan Mezhidov, TV Tsentr

     October 29, 1999, in Shaami Yurt, Russia

Supian Ependiyev, Groznensky Rabochy

     October 27, 1999, in Grozny, Russia

Gabriel Gruener, Stern

     June 13, 1999, in Kosovo, Yugoslavia

Volker Kraemer, Stern

     June 13, 1999, in Kosovo, Yugoslavia

Shao Yunhuan, Xinhua News Agency

     May 8, 1999, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Xu Xinghu, The Guangming Daily

     May 8, 1999, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Zhu Ying, The Guangming Daily

     May 8, 1999, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Ilan Roeh, Israel Radio

     February 28, 1999, in southern Lebanon, Lebanon

Myles Tierney, Associated Press Television News

     January 10, 1999, in Freetown, Sierra Leone