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Advisory: covering the Trump inauguration

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115 journalists killed in 2016 – year begins and ends with mass casualties

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INSI’s year in review

Advisories BY INSI

What journalists need to know about the Snoopers' Charter

With the inauguration of the new US president, Donald Trump, just days away and protestors massing on Washington DC, INSI has some advice for journalists on staying safe if the demonstrations turn violent.

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A total of 115 journalists died in 2016 simply for doing their jobs, according to the International News Safety Institute’s (INSI) annual Killing the Messenger report of journalism casualties from around the world.

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Journalists around the world continue to face unacceptable risks as they go about their vital work.

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The so-called Snoopers' Charter, the Investigatory Powers Bill, has passed into law in the United Kingdom, giving the government wide-ranging authority to intercept and hack into communications. 

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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Africa
    • Congo

      Director-General condemns murder of journalist Marcel Lubala in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    • Libya

      Jeroen Oerlemans, Dutch Journalist, Is Killed by ISIS Sniper in Libya

    • Somalia

      Gunmen in Somalia kill radio journalist

    • Colombia

      Chapecoense plane crash: A tragedy for journalism in Brazil

    • Guatemala

      Guatemala journalist and wife murdered

    • Mexico

      Mexico: 'Cemetery for Journalists' Grows After 2 More Murders

    • Philippines

      Newspaper publisher shot and killed in Philippines

    • Myanmar

      Myanmar reporter who covered logging industry found beaten to death

    • Yemen

      More than 30 dead in heavy clashes in Yemen

    • Russia

      Russia mourns plane crash victims, search operation on

    • Ukraine

      Car Bomb Murder of Pavel Sheremet Dashes Hopes in Post-Maidan Ukraine