Over 1000 journalists have been killed in the past 12 years. In war zones, but also at home. On the corner of their street. On the corner of your street. They were killed in cold blood. Deliberately. With impunity. To silence the truth.
9 out of 10 cases are unresolved. 93% of killed journalists were local journalists.
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