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66 journos killed across globe this year

At least 66 journalists have been murdered across the world this year while performing their duties, says a report of Reporters Without Borders. With the latest figure, a total of 720 journalists have been killed in connection with their work in the last one decade. This year alone saw the abduction of 119 journalists -- 35 percent higher than last year's. Forty journalists are still held hostage, said the report released by the Paris-based press freedom watchdog yesterday. Bangladesh was ranked 146th...

UK, US branded 'Enemies of the Internet'

UK, US branded 'Enemies of the Internet'

For the first time the UK has been included on Reporters Without Borders’ ‘Enemies of the Internet’, an annual list produced by the press watchdog to draw attention to countries disrupting freedom of information through censorship and surveillance. The USA also made the list for the first time, alongside stalwarts including North Korea, China,...

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