Journalists in Somalia have condemned the killing of Abdiwali Ali Hassan near the capital, Mogadishu.
The Somali Journalists' Syndicate says unidentified gunmen targeted Mr Hassan in Afgoye town - shooting him several times in the head and chest as he was heading home from work.
It's unclear who was behind the attack.
The Islamist militant group al-Shabab is active in the area, but Mr Hassan's radio station is seen as critical of the government.
He had recently been reporting on the Somali army's operations.
Colleagues say he received multiple deaths threats last year because of his work.
Amnesty International says there has been dramatic deterioration in media freedom since President Mohamed Abdullahi, known as Farmajo, came to power three years ago.
In that time it says at least eight journalists have been killed - five died in Al-Shabaab attacks. Two were killed by unidentified gunmen, and one was shot dead by a police officer.
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