On February 21, CPJ launched its Attacks on the Press report, a comprehensive survey of press freedom around the world. This year's report analyzed developments in over 100 countries and brought CPJ notable press coverage worldwide, in more than 10 different languages.
In Somali, the crackdown on press freedom continues. To escape the threat of death and imprisonment, Somali journalists are moving into neighboring African countries like Kenya. This month, United Press International (UPI) speaks to CPJ's East Africa Consultant, Tom Rhodes, in exploring the lives of exiled Somali journalists in Kenya and the challenges they face in this new country.
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