attacks on journalists

"I always thought I'd be next to die": Gaza journalists reflect on a bloody 2014

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza City
28 January 2015

Sixteen media workers were killed during Israel’s summer attack on Gaza.

Pregnant woman under rubble survived deadly Israeli attack on Gaza

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza City
23 December 2014

Palestinian journalist Muhammad Daher did not live to see the birth of his son.

Israel world's second most lethal country for journalists in 2014, watchdog says

Syria topped Reporters Without Borders’ grim league table for 2014, followed by “Palestine.”

Palestinian Authority arrests two journalists for Facebook posts

Palestinian journalists are stuck between Israel’s brutal occupation and an increasingly repressive Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

His last cry of pain "echoes in my ears"

Maram Humaid
Gaza Strip
26 August 2014

Khaled Hamad was making a documentary about paramedics during the current attacks on Gaza.

Scorched earth: Israel obliterates two more Gaza high rises

Israel perpetrated the destruction of two more high-rise buildings in the Gaza Strip overnight, making hundreds more people homeless and destroying dozens of business.

Video shows Israeli shelling of Shujaiya that killed Gaza journalist

On Wednesday, Israeli forces shelled the Shujaiya neighborhood of eastern Gaza City, killing 17 people at a market where people had gone to shop during what they thought would be a four-hour “humanitarian truce.”

Israel killing, intimidating journalists amid Gaza communication blackout

The latest journalist to be killed, Rami Rayyan, was reporting on families going to the market during what they thought was a four-hour ceasefire.

Video: Journalists “savagely” beaten by Palestinian Authority forces

US-backed Palestinian Authority police attacked journalists and confiscated their cameras as they rallied against violations of press freedoms.

Israeli secret police holding journalist in cell with no bed or window

Despite the lifting of the gag order and the ban on meeting with lawyers, Kayyal has been ordered held until 22 April. Adalah has said it will file an appeal to seek his immediate release.

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