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Advisory: covering protests

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

Trigger warnings, contingency plans and shooting at the floor. We speak to Yusuf Omar about some of the safety considerations for mobile journalists.

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Virtually every electronic communication we make or receive is being recorded, stored and subject to analysis. As this surveillance is being conducted in secret, without scrutiny, transparency or any realistic form of accountability, our sources, our stories and our professional work itself is under threat.

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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 UNDER ATTACK

  • Americas
    • Dominican Republic

      Journalists shot dead during Facebook Live video in Dominican Republic

    • Honduras

      Journalist shot dead in Honduras

    • Pakistan

      Cameraman killed as Samaa TV's van attacked in Karachi

    • Bangladesh

      Journalist killed in political party clash in Bangladesh

    • Pakistan

      Mystery attack: Gunmen kill journalist in Kalat