Gunmen in the southern Somali city of Kismayo have killed a local journalist.
Nasteh Dahir, who worked for both the BBC and Associated Press news agency, was shot in the chest and stomach outside his home.
The National Union of Somali Journalists said it was a "targeted assassination" and that the 26-year-old had received death threats.
Somalia, mired in chaos and violence since 1991, is among the world's most dangerous countries for journalists.
At least nine other journalists have been killed in Somalia since February 2007, according to the human-rights group Amnesty International.
Islamist insurgents are suspected in the attack on Mr Dahir, correspondents say.