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The International News Safety Institute (INSI) is honoured to join the Council of Europe's online platform to monitor attacks against journalists. 

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Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist. Abdullah Azada Khenjani, the chief editor at one of the country's biggest television stations, is forced to take extraordinary precautions to stay safe.

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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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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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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Americas
    • Dominican Republic

      Journalists shot dead during Facebook Live video in Dominican Republic

    • Honduras

      Journalist shot dead in Honduras

    • Iraq

      Mosul battle: Kurdish reporter Shifa Gardi killed in Iraq

    • Pakistan

      Cameraman killed as Samaa TV's van attacked in Karachi

    • Bangladesh

      Journalist killed in political party clash in Bangladesh

MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRIES

  • Afghanistan
    • A journalist casualty
    • A media staff casualty
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  • Dominican Republic
    • A journalist casualty
    • A journalist casualty
    2
  • Pakistan
    • A journalist casualty
    • A journalist casualty
    2
  • Bangladesh
    • A journalist casualty
    1
  • Honduras
    • A journalist casualty
    1
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