Libya

Moatasem Billah Werfali

(Libyan)
Freelance journalist and presenter for Libya Alwatan radio
Killed in Libya on 8 October 2014

[UNESCO Statement]

Tayeb Issa Hamouda

(Libyan)
One of the founders of the Touareg cultural television channel Tomast
Killed in Libya on 5 October 2014

[UNESCO Statement]

Tawfiq Faraj Ben Saud

(Libyan)
Radio host on Lyniana Hits and human rights activist
Killed in Libya on 19 September 2014

[UNESCO Statement]

Naseeb Miloud Karnafa

(Libyan)
Programme coordinator for state-owned TV station Libya Al-Wataniya
Killed on 29 May 2014 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Meftah Bouzid

(Libyan)
Editor of the weekly newspaper Burniq
Killed on 26 May 2014 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Radwan Gharyani

(Libyan)
Owner and manager of radio Tripoli FM
Killed on 1 December 2013 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Saleh Haifyana

(Libyan)
Fassato news agency photographer
Killed on 15 November 2013 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Azzedine Qusad

(Libyan)
Television presenter for independent broadcaster for Libya Al-Hurra
Killed on 9 August 2013 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Tim Hetherington

(British)
Seasoned photojournalist who contributed photographs to U.S. magazine Vanity Fair.
Killed on 20 April 2011 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Chris Hondros

(American)
Award-winning U.S. war photographer and worker for Getty Images.
Killed on 20 April 2011 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Mohammed al-Nabbous

(Libyan)
Journalist and founder of online channel Libya Al-Hurra, or Free Libya
Killed on 19 March 2011 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

Ali Hassan Al-Jaber

(Libyan)
Cameraman for the Al Jazeera television network
Killed on 12 March 2011 in Libya.

[UNESCO Statement]

Daif Al Ghazal

(Libyan)
Journalist for the London-based online newspaper Libya Al-Youm (Libya Today).
Killed on 2 June 2005 in Libya

[UNESCO Statement]

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