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Alerts   |   Ukraine

Hackers, lawmaker put reporters at risk in Ukraine

New York, May 11, 2016 -- The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the publication of the personal details of thousands of journalists and media workers who have reported from eastern Ukraine. CPJ also denounced a member of the Ukrainian parliament's praise for that action.


Crime sem Castigo

Amigos e colegas de Rubén Espinosa seguram câmeras no funeral do fotojornalista assassinado no México. Classificação do índice de impunidade no país quase dobrou desde 2008. (AFP / Alfredo Estrella)

O Índice Global de Impunidade 2015 do CPJ enfoca países onde jornalistas são assassinados e os responsáveis ficam livres

outubro 8, 2015 12:01 PM ET

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Reports   |   Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, India, Iraq, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Syria

Getting Away With Murder

CPJ's 2015 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

Published October 8, 2015

The ambush of a convoy in South Sudan and the hacking deaths of bloggers in Bangladesh this year propelled the two nations onto CPJ's Global Impunity Index, which spotlights countries where journalists are murdered and their killers go unpunished. Colombia exited the index as fatal violence against journalists receded further into that country's past.

For the first time since CPJ began compiling the index in 2008, Iraq did not claim the title of worst offender, as Somalia edged into that spot. The shift reflects a steady death toll in Somalia, where one or more journalists have been murdered every year over the past decade, and the government has proved unable or unwilling to investigate the attacks.


Eludir los asesinatos

Amigos y colegas de Rubén Espinosa sostienen en alto cámaras en el funeral del asesinado fotoperiodista, en México. El puntaje de impunidad del país casi se ha duplicado desde 2008. (AFP/Alfredo Estrella)

El Índice Global de Impunidad 2015 del CPJ se enfoca en países donde asesinan periodistas y los responsables quedan libres

8 de Octubre 2015 12:01 PM ET

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Meurtres de journalistes restés impunis

L'épave de la voiture qui appartenait à Yusuf Ahmed Abukar, tué lors de l'explosion d'une bombe en juin 2014. Au moins 30 journalistes ont été assassinés en toute impunité en Somalie depuis 2008. (AP/Farah Abdi Warsameh)

L'Indice de l'impunité du CPJ en 2015 : un rapport qui met en lumière les pays dans lesquels les assassins de journalistes échappent à la justice.

8 octobre 2015 12h01 ET

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Alerts   |   Russia

Russia charges three suspects over 2010 attack on reporter Oleg Kashin

New York, September 9, 2015--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the announcement that authorities have detained three suspects in the November 2010 attack that severely injured Russian reporter Oleg Kashin. CPJ urges Russian investigators to further investigate the case and bring all those responsible to justice.

September 9, 2015 5:59 PM ET


Statements   |   Russia

CPJ welcomes sentence of murder mastermind in Russia

New York, July 24, 2015--The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes the sentencing to life in prison today of a Russian nationalist leader in connection with the 2009 fatal attack on human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov, in which Novaya Gazeta journalist Anastasiya Baburova was also killed. The Moscow City Court ruled that Ilya Goryachev, a leader of the extremist Battle Organization of Russian Nationalists, was the mastermind behind the murder, according to news reports. The verdict was issued on July 15 while the court announced the sentence today.

Alerts   |   Russia, Ukraine

Russian journalist detained, beaten in eastern Ukraine

New York, June 17, 2015--A correspondent for the independent Moscow-based Novaya Gazeta was obstructed and briefly detained by the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic (DNR) in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, according to news reports. Pavel Kanygin, a special correspondent for the newspaper, said he was beaten and interrogated in custody and then forced to leave the country, the reports said.

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