Journalists killed in 2011

VON Dr. Wolf SiegertZUM Freitag Letzte Bearbeitung: 16. Januar 2015 um 16 Uhr 18 Minuten

 

Diese Seite gibt nicht mehr, aber auch nicht weniger, wider, als die Liste all jener Journalistinnen und Journalisten, die im Verlauf dieses Jahres getötet wurden.

Weitere Informationen die über die hier übernommene Liste der Getöteten hinausgehen, finden sich unter der Adresse:
http://cpj.org/killed/2011/


Die Liste der nachfolgend 43 Journalisten enthält die Namen all jener Personen die mit dem Attribut "Motive confirmed" [1] aufgezählt wurden:

Gadzhimurad Kamalov, Chernovik
December 15, 2011, in Makhachkala, Russia

Rafiq Tagi, Freelance
November 23, 2011, in Baku, Azerbaijan

Ferzat Jarban, Freelance
November 19 or 20, 2011, in Al-Qasir, Syria

Gelson Domingos da Silva, Bandeirantes TV
November 6, 2011, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Javed Naseer Rind, Daily Tawar
November, in Khuzdar, Pakistan

Zakariya Isa, Nigeria Television Authority
October 22, 2011, in Maiduguri, Nigeria

Wael Mikhael, Al-Tareeq
October 9, 2011, in Cairo, Egypt

Faisal Qureshi, London Post
October 7, 2011, in Lahore, Pakistan

Maria Elizabeth Macías Castro, Freelance
September 24, 2011, in an area near Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

Phamon Phonphanit, Sue Samut Atyakam
September 24, 2011, in Yala, Thailand

Hassan al-Wadhaf, Arabic Media Agency
September 24, 2011, in Sana’a, Yemen

Farhad Taqaddosi, Press TV
September 20, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan

Hadi al-Mahdi, freelance
September 8, 2011, in Baghdad, Iraq

Pedro Alfonso Flores Silva, Channel 6
September 8, 2011, in Chimbote, Peru

Noramfaizul Mohd, Bernama TV
September 2, 2011, in Mogadishu, Somalia

José Agustín Silvestre de los Santos, La Voz de la Verdad, Caña TV
August 2, 2011, in La Romana, Dominican Republic

Ahmad Omaid Khpalwak, Pajhwok Afghan News, BBC
July 28, 2011, in Tarin Kot, Afghanistan

Alwan al-Ghorabi, Afaq
June 21, 2011, in Diwaniyya, Iraq

Shafiullah Khan, The News
June 17, 2011, in Wah Cantonment, Pakistan

Edinaldo Filgueira, Jornal o Serrano
June 15, 2011, in Serra do Mel, Brazil

Romeo Olea, DWEB
June 13, 2011, in Iriga City, Philippines

Asfandyar Khan, Akhbar-e-Khyber
June 11, 2011, in Peshawar, Pakistan

Saleem Shahzad, Asia Times Online
May 29 or 30, 2011, in Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan

Nasrullah Khan Afridi, Khyber News Agency, Pakistan Television, Mashreq
May 10, 2011, in Peshawar, Pakistan

Sylvain Gagnetau Lago, Radio Yopougon
May 8, 2011, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast

Chris Hondros, Getty Images
April 20, 2011, in Misurata, Libya

Tim Hetherington, Freelance
April 20, 2011, in Misurata, Libya

Karim Fakhrawi, Al-Wasat
April 12, 2011, in Manama, Bahrain

Zakariya Rashid Hassan al-Ashiri, Freelance
April 9, 2011, in Al-Dair, Bahrain

Anton Hammerl, Freelance
April 5, 2011, in an area near Brega, Libya

Sabah al-Bazi, Al-Arabiya
March 29, 2011, in Tikrit, Iraq

Muammar Khadir Abdelwahad, Al-Ayn
March 29, 2011, in Tikrit, Iraq

Luis Emanuel Ruiz Carrillo, La Prensa
March 25, 2011, in Monterrey, Mexico

Mohammed al-Nabbous, Libya Al-Hurra TV
March 19, 2011, in Benghazi, Libya

Jamal al-Sharaabi, Al-Masdar
March 18, 2011, in Sana’a, Yemen

Ali Hassan al-Jaber, Al-Jazeera
March 13, 2011, in an area near Benghazi, Libya

Noel López Olguín, Freelance
March 2011, in Chinameca, Mexico

Mohamed al-Hamdani, Al-Itijah
February 24, 2011, in Ramadi, Iraq

Ahmad Mohamed Mahmoud, Al-Ta’awun
February 4, 2011, in Cairo, Egypt

Le Hoang Hung, Nguoi Lao Dong
January 30, 2011, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Gerardo Ortega, DWAR
January 24, 2011, in Puerto Princesa City, Philippines

Lucas Mebrouk Dolega, European Pressphoto Agency
January 17, 2011, in Tunis, Tunisia

Wali Khan Babar, Geo TV
January 13, 2011, in Karachi, Pakistan


Es folgt eine Darstellung von weiteren 35 weiteren getöteten Personen, denen der Status "motive unconfirmed" [2] zugewiesen wurde:

Luz Marina Paz Villalobos, Cadena Hondureña de Noticias
December 6, 2011, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Charles Ingabire, Inyenyeri News
December 1, 2011, in an area near Kampala, Uganda

Roy Bagtikan Gallego, freelance
October 14, 2011, in Lianga, Philippines

Li Xiang, Luoyang TV
September 19, 2011, in Luoyang, China

José Oquendo Reyes, Radio Alas Peruanas, BTV Canal 45
September 14, 2011, in Pueblo Nuevo, Peru

Valderlei Canuto Leandro, Radio Frontera
September 1, 2011, in Tabatinga, Brazil

Humberto Millán Salazar , A Discusión, Radio Fórmula
August 24 or 25, 2011, in Culiacán, Mexico

Niel Jimena, DYRI-RMN Radio
August 22, 2011, in E.B. Magalona, Philippines

Muneer Shakir, Online News Network, Sabzbaat TV
August 14, 2011, in Khuzdar, Pakistan

Yolanda Ordaz de la Cruz, Notiver
July 2011, in Veracruz, Mexico

Auro Ida, Olhar Direto, Midianews
July 21, 2011, in Cuiabá, Brazil

Nery Geremías Orellana, Radio Joconguera, Radio Progreso
July 14, 2011, in Lempira, Honduras

Luis Eduardo Gómez, Freelance
June 30, 2011, in Arboletes, Colombia

Witness-Patchelly Kambale Musonia, freelance
June 22, 2011, in Kirumba, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Misael López Solana, Notiver
June 20, 2011, in Veracruz, Mexico

Miguel Ángel López Velasco, Notiver
June 20, 2011, in Veracruz, Mexico

Ibrahim Foday, The Exclusive
June 12, 2011, in an area near Grafton, Sierra Leone

Jyotirmoy Dey, Midday
June 11, 2011, in Powai, India

Luis Ernesto Mendoza Cerrato, Channel 24
May 19, 2011, in Danlí, Honduras

Yensi Roberto Ordoñez Galdámez, Channel 14
May 18 or 19, in Nueva Concepción, Guatemala

Wilfred Iván Ojeda, El Clarín
May 17, 2011, in La Victoria, Venezuela

Héctor Francisco Medina Polanco, Omega Visión
May 11, 2011, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Valério Nascimento, Panorama Geral
May 3, 2011, in Rio Claro, Brazil

Julio Castillo Narváez, Ollantay Radio
May 3, 2011, in Virú, Peru

Alfredo Antonio Hurtado, Canal 33
April 25, 2011, in Ilopango, El Salvador

David Niño de Guzmán, Agencia de Noticias Fides
April 20, 2011, in La Paz, Bolivia

Luciano Leitão Pedrosa, TV Vitória and Radio Metropolitana FM
April 9, 2011, in Vitória de Santo Antão, Brazil

Taha Hameed, Al-Massar TV
April 8, 2011, in Baghdad, Iraq

Zaman Ibrahim, Daily Extra News
April 2, 2011, in Karachi, Pakistan

Maria Len Flores Somera, DZME
March 24, 2011, in Malabon City, Philippines

Merardo Alejandro Romero Chávez, La Voz de Ytakyry
March 3, 2011, in Ytakyry, Paraguay

Umesh Rajput, Nai Dunia
February 22, 2011, in Raipur, India

Abdost Rind, freelance
February 18, 2011, in Turbat, Pakistan

Hilal al-Ahmadi, Freelance
February 17, 2011, in Mosul, Iraq

Ilyas Nizzar, Darwanth
January 3, 2011, in Pidarak, Pakistan


Weiters werden in diesem Verzeichnis auch die sogenannten "Media workers" [3] aufgeführt, die bei der Ausführung ihres Dienstes getötet worden sind.

Fuad al-Shamri, Al-Saeeda TV
October 22, 2011, in Sana’a, Yemen

Farah Hassan Sahal, Radio Simba
August 4, 2011, in Mogadishu, Somalia

Mohamed Shaglouf, freelance
March 15, 2011, in Ajdabiya, Libya

Marcel Legré, La Refondation
February 28, 2011, in Koumassi, Ivory Coast

Rodolfo Ochoa Moreno, Grupo Multimedios Laguna
February 9, 2011, in Torreón, Mexico


Reporter ohne Grenzen gibt am 22. Dezember die folgenden Zahlen heraus:


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66 Journalisten getötet

1044 Journalisten festgenommen

1959 Journalisten körperlich angegriffen oder bedroht

499 Medien zensiert

71 Journalisten entführt

73 Journalisten aus ihrer Heimat geflüchtet

5 Internetaktivisten getötet

199 Blogger und Internetnutzer festgenommen

62 Blogger körperlich angegriffen oder bedroht

68 Länder von Internetzensur betroffen


Und hier ein bemerkenswerter Nachtrag aus der türkischen Zeitung MILLIYET aus Istanbul vom 27. Dezember 2011

"Inzwischen sitzen 99 Journalisten im Gefängnis. Damit sind in der Türkei derzeit doppelt so viele inhaftiert wie im Iran. Es heißt immer, die Regierung in Ankara sei so stark und Ministerpräsident Erdogan so tüchtig. Wen wundert’s? Wenn man 99 Journalisten einsperrt, die restlichen einschüchtert und die Verlage mit horrenden Steuernachzahlungen kaputt zu machen versucht, dann bleibt kaum mehr jemand übrig, der noch stärker ist. Die Kollegen, die sich nun wegen eines Komplotts zum Sturz der Regierung verantworten müssen, sitzen seit neun Monaten in U-Haft. In dieser Zeit haben drei Universitäten Gutachten erstellt. Sie alle bestätigen, dass die auf den Computern der Beschuldigten gefundenen Beweise durch Trojaner eingeschleust wurden. Doch das Gericht ignoriert dies. Was ist das für ein Land, wo mit falschen Beweisen gegen Menschen prozessiert wird, und keiner den Mund aufmacht?"

Anmerkungen

[1CPJ investigates the death of every journalist to determine whether it is work-related.” We consider a case “confirmed” only if we are reasonably certain that a journalist was murdered in direct reprisal for his or her work; was killed in crossfire during combat situations; or was killed while carrying out a dangerous assignment such as coverage of a street protest. Our database does not include journalists killed in accidents such as car or plane crashes.

[2Motive unconfirmed: When the motive is unclear, but it is possible that a journalist was killed because of his or her work, CPJ classifies the case as “unconfirmed” and continues to investigate. We regularly reclassify cases based on our ongoing research.

[3In 2003, CPJ began documenting the deaths of media support workers in recognition of the vital role they play in newsgathering. These workers include translators, drivers, guards, fixers, and administrative workers.


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