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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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

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Journalists and Media Workers killed in War Zones and other hostile areas in 1992

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. Mustafayev - Azerbaijan - Azeri. TV cameraman, killed in Nagorno-Karabakh.

2. Kerimov - Azerbaijan. Freelance journalist killed in Nagorno-Karabakh.

3. Lazarevic - Bosnia-H. - Bosnian. RTV reporter, killed by shrapnel from Serb shell.

4. Marinovic - Bosnia - Croatian. Croatian Radio reporter abducted by Yugoslav army or armed Serbs.

5. Tepsic - Bosnia. SRNA news agency reporter caught in crossfire.

6. Tesanovic - Bosnia - Bosnian RTV reporter, died while covering battle in Sarajevo

7. Tunokovic - Bosnia - Croatian. BBC TV cameraman killed by mortar

8. Pfuhl - Bosnia - German. FADMST journalist killed by shrapnel during artillery attack in Mostar

9. Puyol - Bosnia - Spanish. Photographer for AFNE Agency. Killed by grenade.

10. Standeker - Bosnia - Slovenian. Reporter for Mladina Magazine. Shot. Died on way to hospital.

11. Kaplan - Bosnia - American. ABC TV reporter shot by sniper.

12. Hondo - Bosnia - Bosnian. ABC TV reporter shot by sniper.

13. Smajlovic - Bosnia - Bosnian. Oslobodjenje reporter.

14. Jenks - Croatia - British. Stringer for European Photo Agency. Shot.

15. Hummelvoll - Sudan - Norwegian. Freelance photographer caught in crossfire.

16. Sheraliev - Tajikistan - Tajik. Editor-in-Chief of Sadoi Mardum. Shot.

17. Shirindi(j)zhon - Tajikistan - Tajik. Tajik Radio reporter shot while covering civil war.

18. Zarobekov - Tajikistan - Tajik. Station executive, Tajik National Radio. Shot with Shrind(j)zhon above.

19. Suyari - Tajikistan - Tajik. Reporter on Tojikson government magazine.

20. Olim - Tajikistan - Tajik. Tajik Radio reporter.

21. Murodullo - Tajikistan - Tajik. Editor-in-Chief of Sadoi Mardum newspaper.

22. Muborakshoev - Tajikistan - Tajik. Tajikistan State TV reporter. Killed by People's Front.

23. Tura - Tajikistan - Tajik. Worked for Bairaki Dusti newspaper. Killed while working.

24. Zarobek - Tajikistan - Tajik. Editor of Sadoi Mardum.

25. Fernandez - Venezuela - Venezuelan. El Universal reporter, killed covering failed coup d'etat.

26. Vergara - Venezuela - Venezuelan. Assistant at Coraven Press, killed by aircraft attempting to bomb palace.