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Pakistan follows with 50 killed mostly in the tribal areas close to the borders with Afghanistan.Mexico follows : 46, Somalia : 41, Brazil : 34, Phillipines : 31, India : 28, Afghanistan : 27, Honduras : 21 among the ten most dangerous countries.
The most dangerous country was Syria with 13 journalists killed, followed by Iraq and Mexico where ten journalists were killed in each country.Sources are PEC members, news agencies, local media, national press associations, IFJ, UN, NGOs.The list of media workers' casualties is updated on a monthly basis since the first session of the UN Human Rights Council June 2006.killed by drug traffickers) and (O) for other or unknown causes.It should be noted that in its reporting since 2006, the PEC has taken into account journalists intentionally targeted in the exercise of their profession as well as those killed accidentally and otherwise unintentionally.DECEMBER 2017: 96 Marco Enrique Alvarez Valenzuela (C/T), Radio Universidad de Chile, Cartagena, Chile, Dec 4 - 97 Mohamed Ibrahim Gaabow (C/T), Kalsan TV, Mogadishu, Somalia, Dec 11 - 98 Sayed Mehdi Haraini (A), Jomhor News Agency, Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec 28 - 99 Karam Qabisho (A/T), Sama TV, Idlib, Syria, Dec 29NOVEMBER 2017: 91 Ikechukwu Onubugu (C/T), ABS, Obosi, Awka, Nigeria, Nov 15 - 92 Samuel Rivas (C/T), Canal 21 Grupo Megavision, Ilopango, Salvador, Nov 16 - 93 Hosain Nazari (A), Rah-e-Farda TV, Kabul, Afghanistan, Nov 17 - 94 Sudip Datta Bhownik (C/T), Syandan Patrika, Tripura, India, Nov 23 - 95 Navin Gupta, Hindustan, Kanpur, India, Nov 30OCTOBER 2017: 74 Osmin Antonio Espana Chavez (C/O), Canal 80, Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras, Oct 4 - 75 Edgar Daniel Esqueda Castro (C/T), Vox Populi SLP/Metropoli SLP, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Oct 6 - 76 Efigenia Vasquez Astudillo (A/C), radio Renacer Kokonuko, Popayan, Cauca, Colombia, Oct 8 - 77 Haroon Khan (C/T), Mashriq TV, Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, Oct 12 - 78 Dilisan Ibis (A), Hawar News Agency, Abu Fas-Deir ez-Zor, Syria, Oct 12 - 79 Hawker Faisal (A), Hawar News Agency, Qamishli, Syria, Oct 13 - 80 Ali Nur Siyaad (A), freelance cameraman, Mogadishu, Somalia, Oct 14 - 81 Abdullahi Osman Farah (A), freelance, Mogadishu, Somalia, Oct 14 - 82 Rosalyn Albaniel Evara (O), The Post-Courier, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Oct 14 - 83 Daphne Caruana Galizia (C/T), Running Commentary, Malta, Oct 16 - 84 Cecilia Mendez (C/T), radio Yo siempre estoy bien, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Oct 16 - 85 Carlos Oveniel Lara Dominguez (C/T), Canal 12 Telemaya, Nueva Arcadia, Copan, Honduras, Oct 23 - 86 Jacfar Ali Daacad (A), radio Dayah, Afgoye, Somalia, Oct 25 - 87 Beatriz Fernandes (C/T), Televisao Publica de Angola, Luanda, Angola, Oct 26 - 88 Christopher Iban Lozada (C/T), radio DXBF, Bislig, Philippines, Oct 26 - 89 Qais al-Qadi (A), Al-Jisr TV, Damascus, Syria, Oct 29 - 90 Arkan Sharif (C/T), Kurdistan TV, Daquq (Kirkuk), Iraq, Oct 30SEPTEMBER 2017: 66 Juan Carlos Hernandez Rios (C/T), La Bandera Noticias, Yuriria, Guanajuato, Mexico, Sept 6 - 67 Gauri Lankesh (C/T), Gauri Lankesh Patrike, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Sept 6 - 68 Abdullahi Osman Moalim (A), radio Codka Hiiran/Jubbaland TV, Beledweyn, Somalia, Sept 13 - 69 Carlos William Flores (C/T), Canal 22, Omoa, Honduras, Sept 13 - 70 Santanu Bhowmik (A/T), Din Raat, Tripura, India, Sept 20 - 71 Hala Barakat (C/T), Syrian Orient News Channel, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept 21 - 72 Orouba Barakat (C/T), Syrian journalist, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept 21 - 73 KJ Singh (C), The Tribune, Mohali, Punjab, India, Sept 23AUGUST 2017: 57 Michael Marasigan (C/T), Business World, San Juan City, Philippines, Aug 3 - 58 Rudy Alicaway (C/T), radio dx PB 106.9, Molave, Mindanao, Philippines, Aug 6 - 59 Leonardo Diaz (C/T), Sapol Newspaper, Mindanao, Philippines, Aug 7 - 60 Maria Vanessa Veiga Esteves (C/T), Canal GNT/Globo Internacional, Asa Norte, Brasilia, Brazil, Aug 08 - 61 Kim Wall (A/C), Swedish freelance, Denmark, Aug 10 - 62 Osama Nasr al-Zoabi (A), Syrian Media Organization, Daraa, Syria, Aug 21 - 63 Candido Rios (C/T), Diario de Acayucan, Veracruz, Mexico, Aug 22 - 64 Elmar Agudelo Vidales (O/C), El Pais y Q Hubo, Palmira, Colombia, Aug 27 - 65 Christopher Allen (A), US freelance Al Jazeera/Vice News, Kaya, Yei River State, South Sudan, Aug 27JULY 2017: 51 Jamshed Mughal (A), Jhoak Multan, Ramzan Joiya, Pakistan, July 5 - 52 Sudad Faris (A/T), Salaheddin TV, Imam Gharbi (Mosul), Iraq, July 7 - 53 Harb Hazza al-Duleimi (A/T), Hona Salaheddin, Imam Gharbi (Mosul), Iraq, July 7 - 54 Edwin Rivera Paz (C/O), Honduran cameraman, Acayucan, Veracruz, Mexico, July 9 - 55 Lawrence Okojie (C), Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), Benin Centre, Edo State, Nigeria, July 11 - 56 Khaled Alkhateb (A), Russia Today, Homs, Syria, July 30Summary for the first six months of 2017 (January to June) - 50 journalists killed in 18 countries: Mexico (9), Afghanistan (7), Iraq (6), Pakistan (5), Russia (3), Yemen (3), Dominican Republic (2), Guatemala (2), India (2), Peru (2), Philippines (2), Bangladesh (1), Burma (Myanmar 1), Honduras (1), Maldives (1), Nigeria (1), Syria (1) and Turkey (1).
JUNE 2017: 45 Marcela de Jesus Natalia (C/T), Radio y Television de Guerrero, Guerrero, Mexico, June 3 - 46 Bakhshish Ilahi (C/T), K-2/Khyber TV, Haripur, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, June 11 - 47 Stephan Villeneuve (A), France 2 TV, Mosul, Iraq, June 19 - 48 Bakhtiar Haddad (A), freelance, Mosul, Iraq, June 19 - 49 Veronique Robert (A), France 2, Mosul, Iraq, June 23 - 50 Salvador Adame (C/T), 6TV, Michoacan, Mexico, June 26MAY 2017: 30 Javier Valdez Cardenas (C/T), Riodoce/La Jornada/AFP, Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico, May 15 - 31 Sonia Cordova (C/T), El Costeno, Autlan, Jalisco, Mexico, May 16 - 32 Zainullah Mullahkhail (C/T), RTA, Jalalabad, Nangarhar, Afghanistan, May 17 - 33 Abdul Latif Amiri (C/T), RTA, Jalalabad, Nangarhar, Afghanistan, May 17 - 34 Mohammad Amir Shinwari (C/T), RTA, Jalalabad, Nangarhar, Afghanistan, May 17- 35 Amir Shakeel (C), Nawa-i-Waqt, Lahore, Pakistan, May 17 - 36 Abdur Razzaq (C), ARY TV, Kasur, Pakistan, May 17 - 37 Dmitry Popkov (C/T), Ton-M newspaper, Minusinks, Russia, May 24 - 38 Anwar Al Absi (A/T), freelancer, Taez, Yemen, May 26 - 39 Taqi Al Deen Al Hothaifi (A/T), freelancer, Taez, Yemen, May 26 - 40 Saad Al Nidhari (A/T), freelancer, Taez, Yemen, May 26 - 41 Mohammed Nazir (A), BBC, Kabul, Afghanistan, May 31 - 42 Aziz Nawin (A), TOLO TV, Kabul, Afghanistan, May 31 - 43 Suhaib al-Heeti (A), Asiasat TV, Anbar, Iraq, May 30 - 44 Kamlesh Jain (C/T), Indore-based Hindi daily, Pipliyamandi, Madhya Pradesh, India, May 31APRIL 2017: 23 Maximino Rodriguez Palacios (C/T), Colectivo Pericu, La Paz, Mexico, April 14 - 24 Wai Yan Heinn (C/T), Iron Rose, Rangoon, Myanmar (Burma), April 16 - 25 Famous Giobaro (C), Glory FM 97.1, Yenagoa, Bayelsa, Nigeria, April 16 - 26 Nikolai Andrushchenko (C/T), Novy Peterburg, St Petersburg, Russia, April 19 - 27 Yameen Rasheed (C/T), The Daily Panic, Maldives, April 23 - 28 Saeed Karimian (C/T), Gem TV, Istanbul, Turkey, April 29 - 29 Filiberto Alvarez Landeros (C/T), radio Poemas y Cantares, Tlaquiltenango, Morelos, Mexico, April 29MARCH 2017: 16 Cecilio Pineda (C/T), La voz de Tierra Caliente, Altamirano, Guerrero, Mexico, March 3 - 17 Mohamed Abazied (A), Nabd Syria/Syria Media Organization, Daraa, Syria, March 12 - 18 Joaquin Briones (C/T), Remate, Milagros, Masbate, Philippines, March 13 - 19 Yevgeny Khamaganov (C/O), Ulan Ude, Buryata (Siberia), Russia, March 16 - 20 Ricardo Monlui Cabrera (C/T), El Politico, Yanga, Veracruz, Mexico, March 19 - 21 Miroslava Breach (C/T), La Jornada/Norte de Ciuadad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, March 23 - 22 Tuba Akyilmaz (A), Roj News, Sinjar, Iraq, March 23FEBRUARY 2017: 8 Abdul Hakim Shimul (C/A), Samakal, Sirajganj, Bangladesh, Feb 3 - 9 Vilma Gabriela Barrios Lopez (C/T), radio Genesis 99.5 FM, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, Feb 6 - 10 Taimoor Abbas (C/T), Digital Satellite News Gathering DSNG/Samaa TV, Karachi, Pakistan, Feb 12 - 11 Luis Manuel Medina Perez (C), Radio 103 FM, San Pedro, Dominican Republic, Feb 14 - 12 Leonidas Antonio Evangelista Martinez (C), Radio 103 FM, San Pedro, Dominican Republic, Feb 14 - 13 Shifa Gardi (A), Rudaw TV, Mosul, Iraq, Feb 25 - 14 Julio Cesar Moises Mesco (C/O), Ica, Peru, Feb 28 - 15 Jose Yactayo Rodriguez (C/T), TV Peru, Huacho, Peru, Feb 28JANUARY 2017: 1 Brajesh Kumar (C/O), Hindi daily, Salkhani, Samastipur district, Bihar, India, Jan 3 - 2 Mario Contaoi (C/T), dz NS Radyo Totoo, Magsingal town, Ilocos Sur, Philippines, Jan 6 - 3 Norullah (C/T), Wolesi Jirga TV, Kabul, Afghanistan, Jan 10 - 4 Faridah Mustakhdin (C/T), Wolesi Jirga TV, Kabul, Afghanistan, Jan 10 - 5 Mohammad Jan Shahbaz Samalani (C/T), Daily Qudrat, Kalat, Balochistan, Pakistan, Jan 12 - 6 Igor Padilla (C/T), Canal Hable Como Habla, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Jan 17 - 7 Manuel Salvador Trujillo Villagran (C/T), San Jorge, Zacapa, Guatemala, Jan 19SUMMARY FOR 2016: 156 journalists killed in 33 countries (127 without the two plane crashes): Colombia 20 (in a plane crash), Iraq 16, Syria 14, Afghanistan 13, Mexico 12, Russia 12 (9 in a plane crash), Yemen 9, Guatemala 7, India 6, Pakistan 6, Turkey 5, Brazil 4, Libya 3, Somalia 3, Philippines 3, Finland 2, Kenya 2, Salvador 2, South Sudan 2, Ukraine 2, Algeria 1, Bahrain 1, Bangladesh 1, Burkina Faso 1, Democratic Republic of the Congo 1, Guinea 1, Honduras 1, Jordan 1, Myanmar 1, Peru 1, Serbia 1, United States 1, Venezuela 1.
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One journalist was killed in each of the following countries: Azerbaijan, Burundi, Dominican Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gaza (OPT), Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Paraguay, Poland, Saudi Arabia.
Since the PEC started its count a decade ago in 2006, somme 1184 media workers were killed: an average of more than 118 annually, or 2.2 per week.
It is, in fact, very difficult to determine the causes of death, for accounts can vary highly depending on the sources, in the absence of independent investigations.