A call for action to improve journalists’ safety
Michael Spindelegger and Alison Bethel McKenzie
Well over 100 journalists have been killed so far this year — the highest number since the International Press Institute (IPI) began keeping count of journalists’ deaths in 1997. All across the world — from Africa, Asia and Europe, to the Middle East and Latin America — journalists continue to be systematically and brutally targeted because of their work.
Some are caught in the cro...
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