11 Journalists Killed on Dangerous Assignment in 2010


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Statistical Analysis

Job *

45% Broadcast reporter
36% Camera Operator
9% Columnist / Commentator
9% Editor
9% Photographer
9% Internet reporter/writer
18% Print reporter/writer
9% Technician
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Medium *

9% Internet
36% Print
64% Television
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Gender

100% Male
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Local / Foreign

73% Local
27% Foreign
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Beats Covered by Victims *

9% Business
9% Corruption
9% Crime
9% Culture
55% Politics
9% Sports
36% War
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Freelance

18% 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 2010

  1. Pakistan: 5
  2. Thailand: 2
  1. India: 1
  2. Mexico: 1
  1. Cameroon: 1
  2. Angola: 1

11 Journalists Killed on Dangerous Assignment in 2010

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Pervez Khan, Waqt TV

     December 6, 2010, in Ghalanai, Pakistan

Abdul Wahab, Express News

     December 6, 2010, in Ghalanai, Pakistan

Carlos Alberto Guajardo Romero, Expreso Matamoros

     November 5, 2010, in Matamoros, Mexico

Ejaz Raisani, Samaa TV

     September 6, 2010, in Quetta, Pakistan

Vijay Pratap Singh, Indian Express

     July 20, 2010, in Allahabad, India

Ejazul Haq, City-42 TV

     May 28, 2010, in Lahore, Pakistan

Fabio Polenghi, freelance

     May 19, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand

Germain Cyrille Ngota Ngota, Cameroon Express

     April 22, 2010, in Yaoundé, Cameroon

Azamat Ali Bangash, Samaa TV

     April 17, 2010, in Orakzai, Pakistan

Hiro Muramoto, Reuters

     April 10, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand

Stanislas Ocloo, Télévision Togolaise

     January 9, 2010, in Cabinda province, Angola