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Newsrooms and war zones are both on the frontlines

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Female correspondents are changing the face of journalism

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INSI joins Council of Europe platform to monitor attacks on journalists

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No story is bigger than staying alive

There was a time when journalism safety was seen as the preserve of those deploying to conflicts or crises overseas. In today’s new world order, newsrooms and war zones are both on the frontlines. 

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As 2017 began, a story about a female war correspondent sparked sadness across social media with tributes emerging from around the world to a brave young journalist. 

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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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KILLING THE MESSENGER

An analysis of news media casualties carried out for the International News Safety Institute by Cardiff School of Journalism


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JOURNALISTS UNDER ATTACK

  • Americas
    • Mexico

      Miroslava Breach third Mexican journalist to be killed this month

    • Mexico

      Another Mexican Journalist Murdered in Front of His Family

    • Mexico

      Journalist fatally shot while lying in hammock at car wash in Mexico

    • Iraq

      Kurdish journalist died from her injuries after Sinjar clashes

    • Philippines

      Director General condemns killing of columnist Joaquin Briones in the Philippines

    • Iraq

      Mosul battle: Kurdish reporter Shifa Gardi killed in Iraq

MOST DANGEROUS COUNTRIES

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