BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

IRAQI MEDIA PROFESSIONALS – 3

by BRussells Tribunal on 03-09-2011

PART 3: Journalists Killed Non-Iraqi

PART 1: Assassinated Iraqi Media Professionals: 1 – 200: click here

PART 2: Assassinated Iraqi Media Professionals: 201 – 352: click here

PART 4: Journalists who died of non-violent causes: click here

PART5:  Kidnapped journalists: click here

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Nr Name  Nationality Media  Date        
1 Frederic Nerac Journalist, went missing in Iraq shortly after the U.S.-led invasion. A Foreign Ministry statement said Nerac died during a gun battle between Iraqi and U.S. soldiers, which took place when he was aboard an Iraqi vehicle.  20/03/2003     M  
2 Paul Moran  Australian ABC 22/03/2003 22.03.2003 – Paul Moran, Australian Broadcasting Corporation  39 M  
3 Hussein Othman  Lebanese ITN 22/03/2003 22.03.2003 – Hussein Othman, translator, ITV News   M  
4 Terry Lloyd  British ITN 23/03/2003 23.03.2003 – Terry Lloyd, ITV News 50 M  
5 Kaveh Golestan  Iranian BBC – news photographer 2/04/2003 02.04.2003 – Kaveh Golestan , BBC 52 M  
6 Michael Kelly  American Washington Post 4/04/2003 04.04.2003 – Michael Kelly , Washington Post   M  
7 Christian Liebig German Focus 7/04/2003 07.04.2003 – Christian Liebig, Focus 35 M  
8 Julio Anguita Parrado  Spanish El Mundo 7/04/2003 07.04.2003 – Julio Anguita Parrado, El Mundo 32 M  
9 Tarek Ayoub  Jordanian Al-Jazeera 8/04/2003 08.04.2003 – Tarek Ayoub, Al Jazeera   M  
10 Taras Protsyuk  Ukrainian Reuters 8/04/2003 08.04.2003 – Taras Protsyuk, Reuters 35 M  
11 José Couso  Spanish Telecinco 8/04/2003 08.04.2003 – José Couso, Tele 5 37 M  
12 Richard Wild British freelance television cameraman, shot dead at point blank range in central Baghdad street. 5/07/2003   24 M  
13 Jeremy Little American NBC – Sound engineer 7/07/2003 07.07.2003 – Jeremy Little, sound engineer, NBC   M  
14 Mazen Dana  Palestinian Reuters 17/08/2003 17.08.2003 – Mazen Dana, Reuters 43 M  
15 Waldemar Milewicz  Polish TVP 7/05/2004 07.05.2004 – Waldemar Milewicz, TVP 48 M  
16 Mounir Bouamrane  Algerian TVP 7/05/2004 07.05.2004 – Mounir Bouamrane, TVP 36 M  
17 Kotaro Ogawa  Japanese Freelance 27/05/2004 27.05.2004 – Kotaro Ogawa, Nikkan Gendai 33 M  
18 Shinsuke Hashida  Japanese Freelance 27/05/2004 27.05.2004 – Shinsuke Hashida, Nikkan Gendai 61 M  
19 Enzo Baldoni  Italian Diario della Settimana 26/08/2004 26.08.2004 – Enzo Baldoni, Diario della settimana 56 M  
20 Mazen al-ToMayzi  Palestinian Al-Arabiya 12/09/2004 Palestinian journalist Mazen al-Tomaizi, who worked for the pan-Arab TV news station Al-Arabiya and the Saudi TV station Al-Ekhbariya, was reporting live on Al-Ekhbariya at the scene of a burning Bradley fighting vehicle on 12 September 2004 in Baghdad when he was hit by the impact of a missile fired from a US helicopter.   M 12.09.2004 – Mazen al-Tomaizi, Al-Arabiya
21 Steven Vincent  American Freelance 2/08/2005 02.08.2005 – Steven Vincent, freelance journalist 49 M  
22 James Brolan Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42. were among four people killed when a car bomb hit a U.S. military patrol in Baghdad on Monday 29/05/2006   42 M  
23 Paul Douglas Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42. were among four people killed when a car bomb hit a U.S. military patrol in Baghdad on Monday 29/05/2006   48 M  
24 Dmitry Chebotaryov  news photographer of PhotoXPress Dmitry Chebotaryov had been killed in the province of Diyala on Sunday, when a U.S. car convoy hit a ground bomb. 6/05/2007   29 M  

 

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