CPJ’s Robert Mahoney identifies the 10 countries where press freedom suffered the most in 2012. The list includes Syria, Russia, Brazil, and Ethiopia.
Liu Jianfeng worked in China’s state-controlled media for years before quitting. He continues to report on public issues and search for a new model for investigative journalism.
Syria is the world's most dangerous place for the press. International journalists such as Rémi Ochlik and local citizen journalists have given their lives to cover the conflict.
The targeted killings of journalists in Pakistan has led to a culture of manipulation, intimidation, retribution,
Four East African journalists who were forced to flee their countries tell about their experiences, difficulties, and hopes for the future.
A CPJ delegation traveled to the Phlippines to examine the Maguindanao murders and the many obstacles to winning convictions.
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