Journalists Killed in Algeria

The following is a list of journalists killed in Algeria between 1993 and 1997. The list was compiled using the <A HREF="htttp://www.cpj.org">Committee to Protect Journalists’</A> Press Freedom database.

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 Date Journalist Attack Type Country Region 8/12/96 Mohamed Guessab, Algerian Radio Killed Algeria Middle East 3/12/96 Djilali Arabidou, AlgZrie-ActualitZ Killed Algeria Middle East 2/11/96 Allaoua Ait M'barak, Le Soir d'AlgZrie Killed Algeria Middle East 2/11/96 Mohamed Dorbane, Le Soir d'AlgZrie Killed Algeria Middle East 2/11/96 Djamel Derraz, Le Soir d'AlgZrie Killed Algeria Middle East 2/10/96 Abdallah Bouhachek, RZvolution et Travaille Killed Algeria Middle East 1/10/96 Mohamed Mekati, El Moudjahid Killed Algeria Middle East 12/20/95 Mustapha Belkacem, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 12/5/95 Khadija Dahmani, Echourouk al-Arabi Killed Algeria Middle East 12/2/95 Hamid Mahiout, LibertZ Killed Algeria Middle East 10/17/95 Sa•da Djebaili, Al Hayat al-Arabia Killed Algeria Middle East 10/14/95 Abdelwahab Sadaoui, El-Chaab Killed Algeria Middle East 10/3/95 Omar Ouartilan, El Khabar Killed Algeria Middle East 9/9/95 Sa•d Brahimi, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 9/9/95 Radja Brahimi, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 9/6/95 Omar Gueroui, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 9/4/95 Yasmina Brikh, Algerian radio Killed Algeria Middle East 9/4/95 Brahim Guaraoui, El-Moudjahid Killed Algeria Middle East 9/3/95 Sa•d Tazrout, Le Matin Killed Algeria Middle East 8/20/95 Ameur Ouagueni, Le Matin Killed Algeria Middle East 8/2/95 Na•ma Hammouda, RZvolution Africaine Killed Algeria Middle East 6/18/95 Ahmed (a.k.a. Hakim) Takouchet, Radio Cirta Killed Algeria Middle East 5/27/95 Mourad Hmaizi, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 5/22/95 Bakhti Benaouda, El Djoumhouria Killed Algeria Middle East 5/21/95 Malika Sabour, Echourouk al-Arabi Killed Algeria Middle East 5/15/95 Azzedine Saidj, El Ouma Killed Algeria Middle East 4/4/95 Mekhlouf Boukzer, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 3/31/95 Rachida Hammadi, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 3/31/95 Houriya Hammadi, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 3/27/95 Mohamed Abderrahmani, El Moudjahid Killed Algeria Middle East 3/21/95 Ali Boukerbache, Media-TV Killed Algeria Middle East 2/17/95 Djamel Ziater, El Djoumhouria Killed Algeria Middle East 2/1/95 Nacer Ouari, ENTV Killed Algeria Middle East 1/12/95 Abdelhamid Yahiaoui, El Chaab Killed Algeria Middle East 1/6/95 Zineddine Aliou Salah, LibertZ Killed Algeria Middle East 1/6/95 Ali Abboud, Radio Cha”ne 1 Killed Algeria Middle East 12/3/94 Sa•d Mekbel, Le Matin Killed Algeria Middle East 11/30/94 Ahmed Issaad, Algerian Television Killed Algeria Middle East 11/30/94 Nasseredine Lekhal, El Massa Killed Algeria Middle East 10/27/94 Mohamed Salah Benachour, Algerian Press Service (APS) Killed 10/5/93 Djamel Bouhidel, Nouveau Tell Killed Algeria Middle East 9/28/93 Abderrahmane Chergou, Killed Algeria Middle East 9/27/93 Ammi Marengo, Killed Algeria Middle East 9/10/93 Saad Bakhtaoui, El-Minbar Killed Algeria Middle East 8/9/93 Abdelhamid Benmeni, Algerie-Actualite Killed Algeria Middle East 8/3/93 Rabah Zenati, Algerian Television Killed Algeria Middle East 5/26/93 Tahar Djaout, Ruptures Killed Algeria 

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