Committee to Protect Journalists
A new CPJ report blames Trump for the big spike in the past 2 years
Turkey's President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, benefited from Twitter and Facebook but used his power to silence critics and journalists.
Mexico was the deadliest country without an active war zone for reporters
Chinese President Xi Jinping has made himself an enemy of free speech following the death of political prisoner Liu Xiaobo.
"Almost everything has been destroyed. Journalists are trying to stay safe, but snipers and landmines prevent them from moving freely. There is no stability and they cannot return to their normal lives."
The war on journalists and the First Amendment is bad news for us all.
The Committee to Protect Journalists says the United States must do better with that whole First Amendment thing.
The 'Full Frontal' star plans to offer an alternative to the traditional event and will donate all the proceeds to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Meanwhile, ongoing peace talks between rebels and the Colombian government have been repeatedly hampered by entrenched hostilities and kidnappings.
The two journalists were killed in India in separate incidents over a period of a less than 24 hours, reinforcing the country's status as the most dangerous country for journalists in Asia.
Hindia Haji Mohamed, a producer and reporter for state-run radio and TV outlets, was killed last December by a bomb that was planted under the seat of her car.
Anabel Flores Salazar’s tortured body was found a day after she was kidnapped from her home. Local reporters say her murder may have been retaliation for her stories on the presence of the Zeta drug cartel in Veracruz.