8 Journalists Killed in Yugoslavia since 1992/Motive Confirmed



Kerem Lawton


Associated Press Television News
Yugoslavia

Volker Kraemer


Stern
Yugoslavia

Shao Yunhuan


Xinhua News Agency
Yugoslavia

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2014

1992


Statistical Analysis

Job *

13% Photographer
63% Print reporter/writer
13% Producer
13% Publisher/Owner
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Medium *

88% Print
13% Television
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Gender

100% Male
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Local / Foreign

25% Local
75% Foreign
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Murder Victims

100% Threatened

Type of Death

75% Crossfire/Combat
25% Murder
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Impunity in Murder Cases

100% Complete impunity
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Suspected Source of Fire in Murder Cases

50% Government Officials
50% Unknown
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Beats Covered by Victims *

13% Business
25% Corruption
13% Crime
13% Human Rights
13% Politics
75% War
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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.


8 Journalists Killed in Yugoslavia/Motive Confirmed

     Terminology explained

Milan Pantic, Vecernje Novosti

     June 11, 2001, in Jagodina, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Kerem Lawton, Associated Press Television News

     March 29, 2001, in Krivenik, Kosovo, Yugoslavia

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

Slavko Curuvija, Dnevni Telegraf, Evropljanin

     April 11, 1999, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia



2 Journalists Killed in Yugoslavia/Motive Unconfirmed

     Terminology explained

Bekim Kastrati, Bota Sot

     October 19, 2001, in Kosovo, Yugoslavia

Shefki Popova, Rilindja

     September 10, 2000, in Kosovo, Yugoslavia