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Building peace in the minds of men and women

UNESCO observatory of killed journalists - Turkey

Number of recorded killings in 2022 : 1

Member States' responses to UNESCO DG's request for information on judicial follow-up in last 4 years

UNESCO DG request sent111
Member state response received on status of judicial enquiry111
Name Gender Date killed Nationality Judicial enquiry status DG condemnation Member State response *
Güngör Arslan Male 19/02/2022 Turkish New request Link
Hazım Özsu Male 09/03/2021 Turkish New request Link
Hala Barakat Female 23/09/2017 Syrian Resolved Link
Orouba Barakat Female 22/09/2017 Syrian Resolved Link
Saeed Karimian Male 18/05/2017 Iranian Ongoing/Unresolved Link
Mustafa Cambaz Male 15/07/2016 Turkish Ongoing/Unresolved Link
Zaher al-Shurqat Male 10/04/2016 Syrian Ongoing/Unresolved Link
Rohat Aktaş Male 24/02/2016 Turkish Ongoing/Unresolved Link
Naji Jerf Male 27/12/2015 Syrian Resolved Link Link
Fares Hammadi Male 30/10/2015 Syrian Ongoing/Unresolved Link Link
Ibrahim Abdel Qader Male 30/10/2015 Syrian Ongoing/Unresolved Link Link
Cihan Hayirsevener Male 18/12/2009 Turkish Resolved Link Link
Hrant Dink Male 19/01/2007 Turkish Ongoing/Unresolved Link Link
Ahmet Taner Kislali Male 21/10/1999 Turkish Link