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{Tuesday, April 08, 2003}

 
Journalists Killed In IRAQ
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has issued a statement
criticizing both sides in the war for the death of journalists. They are
also calling for an inquiry. You can read the statement here .

To date 12 reporters have died covering the war and two are missing.
MEDIA DEATHS IN IRAQ

8 April: Jose Couso (Telecinco, Spain)
8 April: Taras Protsyuk (Reuters, UK)
8 April: Tareq Ayoub (al-Jazeera, Qatar)
7 April: Christian Liebig (Focus, Germany)
7 April: Julio Anguita Parrado (El Mundo, Spain)
6 April: David Bloom (NBC, US)
6 April: Kamaran Abdurazaq Muhamed (BBC, UK)
4 April: Michael Kelly (Washington Post, US)
2 April: Kaveh Golestan (BBC, UK)
30 March: Gaby Rado (ITN, UK)
22 March: Paul Moran (ABC, Australia)
22 March: Terry Lloyd (ITN, UK)

The U.S. also comes under fire today from Reporters Without Borders , which
has issued a statement accusing the US military of deliberately firing at
journalists. Reporters Without Borders called today on US defense secretary
Donald Rumsfeld to provide evidence that the offices of the pan-Arab TV
station Al-Jazeera and the Palestine Hotel in Baghdad were not deliberately
fired at by US forces earlier in the day in attacks that killed three
journalists.

"We are appalled at what happened because it was known that both places
contained journalists," said the organisation's secretary-general Robert
Ménard. "Film shot by the French TV station France 3 and descriptions by
journalists show the neighbourhood was very quiet at that hour and that the
US tank crew took their time, waiting for a couple of minutes and adjusting
its gun before opening fire."

12:51 PM


posted by STEVE 9:16 PM
 
Taliban Reviving Structure in Afghanistan
Mon Apr 7,12:06 PM ET - By KATHY GANNON, Associated Press Writer
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan - Before executing the International Red Cross worker, the Taliban gunmen made a satellite telephone call to their superior for instructions: Kill him?
CLICK HERE: READ ARTICLE

posted by Pam 6:25 AM

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