Hundreds of journalists killed over past decade across the world

The UN estimates 900 reporters have been killed while doing their jobs in the past decade, but only one-in-ten cases has led to a conviction.

    The UN estimates that around 900 reporters have been killed for doing their jobs in the past decade.

    However, only one in ten cases has led to a conviction.

    On the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, we look at some troubling trends facing media workers around the world, from the US to Turkey.


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