When discussing fatalities in Afghanistan many people forget about journalists and photographers. In any conflict, journalists are there to report what's happening to the rest of world. Often, journalists accompany military units on patrols and put themselves in as much danger as military personnel do.

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Date Name Nationality Employer Place Cause
05-Sep-10 Sayed Hamid Noori Afghan Radio TV Afghanistan Kabul Stabbing
24-Jun-10 James Hunter American Fort Campbell Courier, USA Kandahar Bombing
10-Jan-10 Rupert Hamer British Sunday Mirror, UK Nawa Bombing
30-Dec-09 Michelle Lang Canadian Calgary Herald, Canada Kandahar Bombing
09-Sep-09 Sultan Munadi Afghan New York Times, USA Kunduz Shooting
11-Mar-09 Jawed Ahmad Afghan Freelance Kandahar Shooting
07-Jun-08 Abdul Rohani Afghan BBC, UK Lashkar Gah Shooting
15-Jan-08 Carsten Thomassen Norwegian Dagbladet, Norway Kabul Shooting
08-Apr-07 Ajmal Naqshbandi Afghan Freelance Helmand Shooting
07-Oct-06 Christian Struwe German Deutsche Welle Baghlan Shooting
07-Oct-06 Karen Fischer German Freelance Baghlan Shooting
22-Jul-06 Abdul Qodus Afghan Aryana TV, Afghanistan Kandahar Bombing
26-Nov-01 Ulf Stromberg Swedish TV4 Sweden Taloqan Shooting
19-Nov-01 Harry Burton Australian Reuters Television Nangarhar Shooting
19-Nov-01 Azizullah Haidari Pakistani Reuters  Nangarhar Shooting
19-Nov-01 Julio Fuentes Spanish El Mundo Spain Nangarhar Shooting
19-Nov-01 Maria Grazia Cutuli Italian Corriere della Serra, Italy Nangarhar Shooting
11-Nov-01 Pierre Billaud French Radio TV Luxembourg Takhar Shooting
11-Nov-01 Volker Handloik German Freelance Takhar Shooting
11-Nov-01 Johanne Sutton French Radio France International Takhar Shooting
05-Sep-01 Marc Brunereau Belgian Freelance