Journalists Under Attack

October 31, 2018 BY International Federation of Journalists

Two journalists killed in separate attacks in less than 24 hours

In less than 24 hours, two journalists have been killed in attacks in Chhattisgargh and Jharkhand, India. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its affiliate, the National Union of Journalists, India (NUJI) and the Indian Journalists Union (IJU) have condemned the murders and demand immediate action from the Indian government to end the culture of impunity and violence against media workers.

July 2, 2018 BY GCHR

Yemen: Journalists Oussama Salem Almaqtari and Mohamed Al-Qadesi killed in Taiz

Yemeni journalists are facing life threating situations, as they struggle to report on the daily suffering of Yemeni people due to the civil war. The last month took a heavy toll on Yemeni media workers. Citizen journalist Oussama Salem Al-Maqtari (photo to the left) and photojournalist Mohamed Al-Qadesi (photo to the right) were both killed, and journalist Bashir Aklan was injured during military actions in Taiz province.

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