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01 Nov 2016 description

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Por Elisabeth Witchel

Publicado el 27 de octubre de 2016.

01 Nov 2016 description
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CPJ’s 2016 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

By Elisabeth Witchel, CPJ Impunity Campaign Consultant

23 Dec 2014 description

Por tercer año consecutivo Siria es el país con el mayor saldo de periodistas caídos en el ejercicio de la profesión. Los periodistas extranjeros resultaron muertos en mayor número en 2014 que en los últimos años. Un informe especial del CPJ elaborado por Shazdeh Omari

23 Dec 2014 description

La Syrie est le pays le plus meurtrier au monde pour les journalistes pour la troisième année consécutive ; tandis que le nombre de journalistes internationaux tués en 2014 est plus élevé qu'au cours des dernières années, selon un rapport spécial du CPJ par Shazdeh Omari

23 Dec 2014 description

Syria is the world’s deadliest country for journalists for the third year in a row. International journalists were killed at a higher rate in 2014 than in recent years. A CPJ special report by Shazdeh Omari

An unusually high proportion of journalists killed in relation to their work in 2014 were international journalists, as correspondents crossed borders to cover conflict and dangerous situations in the Middle East, Ukraine, and Afghanistan, the Committee to Protect Journalists found in its annual analysis.

30 May 2014 description

Pakistan must investigate Inter-Services Intelligence over attacks against journalists

Pakistani authorities should immediately investigate the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the military’s premier spy agency, over its alleged involvement in journalist attacks, said Amnesty International on the third anniversary of the abduction and killing of journalist Saleem Shahzad.

02 May 2013 description

CPJ’s 2013 Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

NEW YORK

Rocked by militants in the north and politically inspired aggression nationwide, Nigeria has become one of the worst nations in the world for deadly, unpunished violence against the press, the Committee to Protect Journalists has found in its newly updated Impunity Index. The global index, which calculates unsolved journalist murders as a percentage of each country's population, also found soaring impunity rates in Somalia, Pakistan, and Brazil.

15 Feb 2013 description

New York, February 14, 2013--An unprecedented rise in the number of journalists killed and imprisoned in the past year coupled with restrictive legislation and state censorship is jeopardizing independent reporting in many countries, according to Attacks on the Press, a yearly assessment of global press freedom released today by the Committee to Protect Journalists.

20 Apr 2010 description

New York, April 20, 2010-Deadly, unpunished violence against the press has soared in the Philippines and Somalia, the Committee to Protect Journalists has found in its newly updated Impunity Index, a list of countries where journalists are killed regularly and governments fail to solve the crimes.