July 31, 2015


Analysis

U.S. tumbles in press-freedom rankings

Lucie Morillon, head of research at French watchdog of Reporters Sans Frontieres (Reporters without Borders) holds a banner depicting Syrian human rights activist Mazen Darwish during a protest against violence in Syria, in Paris, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Syria is one of the worst countries for press freedom, ranking 177 out of 180, according to a new Reporters Without Borders report.

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Lucie Morillon, head of research at French watchdog of Reporters Sans Frontieres (Reporters without Borders) holds a banner depicting Syrian human rights activist Mazen Darwish during a protest against violence in Syria, in Paris, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012. Syria is one of the worst countries for press freedom, ranking 177 out of 180, according to a new Reporters Without Borders report.

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