Missing journalists in Syria


McClatchy Foreign Staff

This is a list of the journalists acknowledged to be missing in Syria. Others are known to be missing, but their families have asked that details not be released.

Austin Tice, American, missing since Aug. 13, 2012, Damascus province

Bashar al Kadumi, Jordanian, missing since Aug. 20, 2012, Aleppo

James Foley, American, missing since Nov. 22, 2012, Idlib province

Didier Francois, French, missing since June 6, 2013, Aleppo

Edouard Elias, French, missing since June 6, 2013, Aleppo

Nicolas Hénin, French, missing since June 22, Raqqa province

Pierre Torres, French, missing since June 22, Raqqa Province

Marc Marginedas, Spaniard, missing since Sept. 4, 2013, Hama province

Javier Espinosa, Spaniard, missing since Sept. 16, 2013, Raqqa province

Ricardo Garcia Vilanova, Spaniard, missing since Sept. 16, 2013, Raqqa province

Samir Kassab, Lebanese, missing since Oct. 15, 2013, Aleppo

Ishak Moctar, Mauritanian, missing since Oct. 15, 2013, Aleppo

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