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Amid spike in threats to US photographers, CPJ shares resources, joins call for accountability

New York, June 17, 2020 — Photojournalists must work on the frontlines and thus face heightened risks when covering protests and civil unrest, as underscored by the recent protests in the United States and separately by CPJ Emergencies’ surveys of photographers. These concerns are highlighted in a new series of CPJ videos that put #SafetyInFocus….

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CPJ unveils ‘Journalists Under Fire’ exhibit at Photoville

New York, September 12, 2019–The Committee to Protect Journalists, in collaboration with United Photo Industries and St. Ann’s Warehouse, today will unveil a special exhibit, “Journalists Under Fire,” at the annual Photoville festival in New York City. The exhibit features photographs by journalists killed in connection to their work and journalists from across the world…

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Photojournalist Nisar ul Haq, who was among four journalists injured by pellet-gun fire from Indian security forces on January 22, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Nisar ul Haq)

Four Kashmiri photojournalists hit by pellet-gun fire from Indian security forces

New Delhi, January 23, 2019–The Committee to Protect Journalists called on authorities in Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir state to fully investigate an incident yesterday in which four photojournalists were hit by pellet-gun fire from security forces in Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir state. The journalists were hit while covering a clash between protesters and security forces…

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