Credits: All from AP - from left: Martin Mejia (Lima 2000), David de la Paz (Mexico City 1999), Jose Luis Magana (Mexico City 1998), Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2002), Srdjan Ilic (Kosovo 1998) & Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2000).
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Killing The Messenger
- INSI Global Inquiry - Report and Recommendations


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CASUALTIES RECORDED IN 1994
Journalists and Media Workers killed in War Zones and other hostile areas in 1994

This list provides name, country where death occurred, nationality, occupation and brief note of circumstances.

(f) indicates that the person killed was a woman

1. Gilela - Angola - Angolan. Sound engineer for Radio National de Angola, caught in crossfire.

2. Hasek - Bosnia-H. - Canadian. Washington Inquirer reporter, died in hospital after vehicle blown up.

3. Ota - Bosnia - Italian. TV cameraman for RAI, killed by mortar.

4. D'Angelo - Bosnia - Italian. TV technician for RAI, killed by mortar.

5. Luchetta - Bosnia - Italian. TV reporter for RAI, killed by mortar.

6. Brinton - Bosnia - American. Freelance photographer for Magnolia News. Car hit mine.

7. Tomasic - Bosnia - American. Translator killed when car hit mine (see above)

8. Bandyatuyaga - Burundi - Burundian. TV reporter arrested by army and murdered in public in stadium.

9. Elbaum (f) - Russia (Chechnya) - American. Freelance photographer killed in bomb-blast.

10. Seruvumba - Rwanda - Rwandan. Reporter for Imbaga newspaper, killed in civil war.

11. Mukamusoni - Rwanda - Rwandan. Director of opposition newspaper, Le Soleil, killed in civil war.

12. Kameya - Rwanda - Rwandan. Editor-in-chief of Rwanda Rushya, killed in civil war.

13. Ruhatana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Editor-in-chief Kanyarwanda, killed in civil war.

14. Rukondo - Rwanda - Rwandan. President of Association of Newspaper Owners, stripped and murdered.

15. Muamana (f) -Rwanda - Rwandan. Owner of Reba Videwo video production company, killed in civil war.

16. Ntawucikayenda - Rwanda - Rwandan. TV camera operator, killed by bomb at state TV station.

17. Rwabukwizi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Former director of Kanguka newspaper, shot in civil war.

18. Karinganire - Rwanda - Rwandan. Reporter for Le Flambeau, cut to pieces at home.

19. Rutsindura - Rwanda - Rwandan. Editor-in-Chief of Amakuruki i Butare, killed by militia with machetes with his wife, children and parents.

20. Bazimaziki - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Flambeau newspaper, killed in civil war.

21. Bideri-Munyangabe - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Messager-Intumwa newspaper, killed in civil war.

22. Burasa - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Partisan newspaper, killed in civil war.

23. Gatera - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kanyarwanda newspaper, killed in civil war.

24. Habineza-Sibo - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Partisan newspaper, killed in civil war.

25. Habinshuti - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Umurwandashyaka newspaper, killed in civil war.

26. Hategekimana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Tribune du peuple newspaper, killed in civil war.

27. Kalinda - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Radio Rwanda, killed in civil war.

28. Kamanayo - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kibernika newspaper, killed in civil war.

29. Karambizi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Imbaga newspaper, killed in civil war.

30. Kayiranga - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kanguka newspaper, killed in civil war.

31. Mbunda - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Tribune du peuple newspaper, killed in civil war.

32. Mudatsikira - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Rwanda Rushya newspaper, killed in civil war.

33. Mukama - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Tribue du peuple newspaper, killed in civil war.

34. Munyakazi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for L'Observateur newspaper, killed in civil war.

35. Mureramanzi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for L'emancipation newspaper, killed in civil war.

36. Mutesa - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kanyarwanda newspaper, killed in civil war.

37. Nkundimana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kanyarwanda newspaper, killed in civil war.

38. Nkubiri - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kinyamateka newspaper, killed in civil war.

39. Nsabimana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Orinfor newspaper, killed in civil war.

40. Nshimiryo - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for TV Rwanda, killed in civil war.

41. Nyimbuzi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for L'Observateur newspaper, killed in civil war.

42. Rubwiriza - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Orinfor newspaper, killed in civil war.

43. Rudahangarwa - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for La Releve Newspaper, killed in civil war.

44. Rugaju - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Tribune du peuple newspaper, killed in civil war.

45. Shabakaka - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kibernika newspaper, killed in civil war.

46. Twagiramungu - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Iwacu newspaper, killed in civil war.

47. Funga - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Dialogue newspaper, killed by militia.

48. Gakwaya - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Tribune du peuple newspaper, killed by militia.

49. Kamurase - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Rwanda Rushya newspaper, killed by militia at home.

50. Kanamugire - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for La Griffe newspaper, killed by militia.

51. Kanyabugoyi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Kanyarwanda newspaper, killed in civil war at Interahamwe.

52. Mubuguje - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Imbaga newspaper, killed by militia.

53. Munana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Le Rambeau newspaper, killed in civil war at Interahamwe.

54. Munyarigoga - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Orinfor newspaper, killed at home in Interahamwe.

55. Ntaganzwa - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Rafiki newspaper, killed in civil war.

56. Semusambi - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Unuranga newspaper, killed by FPR.

57. Sibomana - Rwanda - Rwandan. Worked for Isibo newspaper. Details of death unknown.

58. Alpi (f) - Somalia - Italian. Reporting Italian military departure for TV RAI 3. Murdered by militia.

59. Krovatin - Somalia - Slovene. Reporting Italian military departure for TV RAI 3. Murdered by militia.

60. Anceaux - Somalia - Swiss. Reporter for Caritas News, shot by Somali soldiers.



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