Media group: 81 journalists have died, and the threat has soared in 2017
The world’s largest journalist organization says at least 81 journalists have been killed this year, while violence and harassment of media workers has soared.
Journalists have been killed in targeted killings, car bombings and gunfire around the world, the international federation of journalists said in an annual “kill report” of the Associated Press.
More than 250 journalists are in jail in 2017.
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He said IFJ found that “the most disturbing thing is that this reduction cannot be done with any measures taken by the government to resolve the impunity of these crimes.”
Eight journalists were killed, and two democracies in Europe – the king of Denmark theo (Kim Wall) died she is writing an inventor of submarines, and a MaErTaJi investigative journalist Daphne, salomon kalou, Anaheim, California, dhi (Daphne Caruana Galizia) by bombs.
In addition to death, the international court of justice also warned: “an unprecedented number of imprisoned journalists were forced to flee, self-censorship is common, killing of independent news, harassment, attacks and threats from the law is in popular.
Official pressure on the media has intensified since the failed coup in July 2016, which has become notorious for putting journalists in the form of bars. Some 160 journalists are reported to have been detained in Turkey, which accounts for two-thirds of the world’s total.