September 5, 2015


Analysis

Middle East a ‘killing field’ for journalists

Serge Daniel (right) Mali correspondent for Radio France Internationale weeping as he pays his last respects at the coffin of one of the two French journalists kidnapped and executed in northern Mali. At least 70 journalists were killed on the job around the world in 2013, including 29 who died covering the civil war in Syria and 10 slain in Iraq, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.

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Serge Daniel (right) Mali correspondent for Radio France Internationale weeping as he pays his last respects at the coffin of one of the two French journalists kidnapped and executed in northern Mali. At least 70 journalists were killed on the job around the world in 2013, including 29 who died covering the civil war in Syria and 10 slain in Iraq, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.

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