Honduras

Hernán Cruz Barnica

(Honduras)
Journalist for a community radio, Opoa, la Voz de la Esperanza
Killed on 28 May 2014 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

Carlos Mejía Orellana

(Honduras)
Marketing manager for Progresso radio
Killed on 11 April 2014 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

Juan Carlos Argeñal Medina

(Honduras)
Owner of the television station Vida Televisión and a correspondent for the Hondura’s Globo television network
Killed on 7 December 2013 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

Manuel Murillo Varela

(Honduras)
Cameraman for TV Globo
Killed on 24 October 2013 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

Anibal Barrow

(Honduras)
Former host of a popular morning talk show on Globo TV
Killed on 11 July 2013 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

José Noel Canales Lagos

(Honduras)
Web Reporter
Killed on 10 August 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Adonis Felipe Bueso Gutiérrez

(Honduras)
Reporter for the Christian radio station Radio Stereo Naranja
Killed on 8 July 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Alfredo Villatoro

(Honduras)
Presenter at the HRN radio station
Killed on 15 May 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Eric Martínez Ávila

(Honduras)
Spokesman for Kukulcán
Killed on 7 May 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Noel Alexander Valladares

(Honduras)
Television presenter for Maya TV
Killed on 23 April 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Fausto Elio Valle Hernández

(Honduras)
Presenter of the La Voz de la Notícia news programme on Radio Alegre de Colón
Killed on 11 March 2012 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Luz Marina Paz Villalobos

(Honduras)
Journalist with Cadena Hondureña de Noticias
Killed on 6 December 2011 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Medardo Flores

(Honduras)
Journalist with Radio Uno
Killed on 8 September 2011 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Nery Jeremías Orellana

(Honduras)
Manager of Radio Joconguera in the town of Candelaria
Killed on 14 July 2011 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Adan Benítez

(Honduras)
Reporter for two local broadcasters: 45TV and Teleceiba Canal 7
Killed on 4 July 2011 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Israel Zelaya Diaz

(Honduras)
Radio journalist
Killed on 24 August 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Luis Arturo Mondragón Morazán

(Honduras)
Owner and news director of Canal 19
Killed on 14 June 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Jorge Alberto Orellana

(Honduras)
Journalist of commercial local TV channel Televisiòn de Honduras
Killed on 20 April 2010 in Honduras 

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Luis Antonio Chévez Hernández

(Honduras)
Presenter with Radio W105
Killed on 13 April 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

José Bayardo Mairena

(Honduras)
Radio journalist for the radio stations Excélsior and Super 10
Killed on 26 March 2010 in Honduras 

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

David Meza Montesinos

(Honduras)
Radio journalist
Killed on 11 March 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Manuel Juárez

(Honduras)
Radio journalist for the radio stations Excélsior and Super 10.
Killed on 26 March 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Nahúm Palacios Arteaga

(Honduras)
News director for television channel Canal 5 in Aguán
Killed on 14 March 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Joseph Hernandez Ochoa

(Honduras)
Host of the “Encuentros” programme broadcast of Canal 51 television
Killed on 1 March 2010 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Gabriel Fino Noriega

(Honduras)
Reporter for Radio Estelar
Killed on 3 July 2009 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement] | [Response from Member State] (in Spanish)

Germán Antonio Rivas

(Honduras)
Corporación Maya Visión Television Station
Killed on 26 November 2003 in Honduras

[UNESCO Statement]

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