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).
[Home] [Home] [Home] [Home] [Home] [Home] [Home]
May 7, 2010
Search:

[Home] [Home] [Home] [Home] [Home]

Journalist Safety
UN Resolution 1738


Journalist Safety
CoE Resolution 1535


Killing The Messenger
- INSI Global Inquiry - Report and Recommendations


Live News Africa
- A Survival Guide for Journalists


AIB Directory

Translations of key INSI information are available below in PDF format.
Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system to read them.

link to Arabic translation in PDF
link to Kurdish translation in PDF
link to Bengali translation in PDF
link to Azeri PDF
link to Word document in French
link to MS Word document in Spanish
link to MS Word document in Portuguese
link to PDF in Russian
link to PDF in Georgian
link to PDF in Tagalog
link to PDF in Bahasa Indonesia

"Tell a Colleague" button

CASUALTIES RECORDED IN 1995
Casualties recorded in 1995

Journalists and Media Workers killed in War Zones and other hostile areas in 1995

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. Bunyadov - Azerbaijan - Azeri. Reuters/Turan News Agency cameraman. Shot in throat while filming.

2. Kolevski - Bosnia-H. Bosnian. Cameraman for Bosnian Serb TV, killed in crossfire.

3. Schofield - Croatia - British. BBC radio reporter, shot by Croat soldier. Mistaken for Serb military.

4. Zaimovic - Bosnia - Bosnian. Reporter on Sarajevo-based Dani magazine, died after grenade blast.

5. Ayakina (f) - Russia (Chechnya) Russian/German. Reporter for Focus magazine and RUFA radio news. Had permission to pass checkpoint in Budyonnovsk, but was shot by Russian soldier.

6. Kagirov - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Reporter for Focus magazine and RUFA radio news. Had permission to pass checkpoint in Budyonnovsk, but was shot by Russian soldier.

7. Piest - Russia (Chechnya) - German. Stern magazine reporter, shot.

8. Molchanov - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. NTV cameraman, killed in car accident.

9. Shumack - Russia (Chechnya) - American. Photographer for Bethlehem Star, disappeared in Grozny, July 24.

10. Titov - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Photographer for Nevskoye Vremya. Forced off bus by Chechen fighters. Russian news reported Titov and colleague (below) shot.

11. Shabalin - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Reporter for St. Petersburg daily newspaper, shot with Titov (above)

12. Zhitarenko - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Army colonel and correspondent for Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper (Russian armed forces daily). Shot near Grozny while covering fighting.

13. Yanus - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Channel 5 cameraman, shot by sniper while reporting in Grozny.

14. Ivanov - Russia (Chechnya) - Russian. Nevskoye Vremya reporter. Went in search of colleagues Felix Titov and Maxim Shabalin. Not seen again.

15. Kerimov Russia (Chechnya) - Azeri. AP freelance cameraman. Shot.

16. Suleymanova - Russian (Chechnya) - Chechen. Reporter for Ichkeriya newspaper.

17. Palmisano - Somalia - Italian. Cameraman for RAI. Shot while filming withdrawal of UN troops.

18. Weerasinghe - Sri Lanka - Sri Lankan. Newspaper reporter for Silumina Sinhala. One of three killed in Tamil missile attack on plane.

19. Saputhanthri - Sri Lanka - Sri Lankan. Newspaper reporter killed in missile attack on plane (as above)

20. Piyasoma - Sri Lanka - Sri Lankan. Newspaper reporter killed in missile attack on plane (as above)



top