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"In Mortal Danger". Periodistas y trabajadores de medios muertos en 2013 en el mundo

"In Mortal Danger". Periodistas y trabajadores de medios muertos en 2013 en el mundo

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The IFJ documented 105 killings of journalists and media staff, in murders and cross-fire incidents resulting in deaths. Twenty more colleagues lost their lives in accidents. As usual, the IFJ report comes with a warning that the cases we report are those known to us and no organisation can say for certain that they have counted everyone. But, there are good reasons to be alarmed at the current levels of violence in journalism.
The IFJ documented 105 killings of journalists and media staff, in murders and cross-fire incidents resulting in deaths. Twenty more colleagues lost their lives in accidents. As usual, the IFJ report comes with a warning that the cases we report are those known to us and no organisation can say for certain that they have counted everyone. But, there are good reasons to be alarmed at the current levels of violence in journalism.

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No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the publisher. The contents of this publication are copyrighted and the rights to use any of the contributions rest with the authors themselves.Cover image: December 8, 2013Mourners carry the coffin of Yasser Faysal al-Joumaili during his funeral procession in Falluja, 50 km (31 miles) west of Baghdad, December 8, 2013. REUTERS/Thaier Al-SudaniPublisher: Beth Costa, IFJ General SecretaryManaging Editor: Ernest Sagaga, Head of Human Rights and SafetyDesign: © 2014 Emily J Fischer www.emilyjfischer.comPrinted by Druk. Hoeilaart, Belgium The IFJ would like to thank Reuters, its member unions and individuals who contributed photos to this publication.Published in Belgium by the International Federation of Journalists© 2013 International Federation of JournalistsInternational Press Centre, Résidence Palace, Block C155 rue de la Loi, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
 
CONTENTS
IntroductionChallenges to Women Journalists from hostile environments, Corruption and Violence Killed ListList of accidentsAfricaAmericasAsia-PacificEuropeMiddle East and Arab WorldInternational Safety Fund ReportSolidarity in ActionInternational Code of Practice
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