Wednesday, April 9
War toll: journalists killed, missing and held in Iraq
The Guardian, April 8, 2003
Jose Couso, Tele Cinco cameraman
Taras Protsyuk, Reuters cameraman
Tareq Ayyoub, Al-Jazeera cameraman
Julio Anguita Parrado, reporter for Spanish newspaper El Mundo
Christian Liebig, journalist for German Focus magazine
Terry Lloyd, ITN correspondent
Paul Moran, freelance Australian cameraman
Kaveh Golestan, freelance BBC cameraman
Michael Kelly American journalist and Washington Post columnist
Kamaran Abdurazaq Muhamed, BBC translator
Gaby Rado, Channel 4 News foreign affairs correspondent
David Bloom, NBC TV correspondent
Fred Nerac, French ITN cameraman who went missing in the ambush that killed Terry Lloyd on March 22.
Hussein Osman, Lebanese translator who went missing in the ambush that killed Terry Lloyd.
Peter Wilson, London correspondent for the Australian, captured in Basra and held in Baghdad
John Feder, photographer for the Australian, captured in Basra and held in Baghdad
Stewart Innes, translator with Australian news team, captured in Basra and held in Baghdad
DETAINED AND BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN RELEASED
Seven Italian journalists working for Corriere della Sera, Il Giornale, Il Messagero, L'Unita, Il Mattino, Il Sole 24-Ore and Il Resto Del Carlino.
Marcin Firlej, Polish journalist with news channel TVN 24, escaped after being captured south of Baghdad
Jacek Kaczmarek, journalist with Polish public radio, escaped after being captured south of Baghdad.