Legal setbacks could thwart progress in resolving journalist murders
Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where killers of journalists go free New York, October 28, 2020—Fragile gains toward reducing the murders of journalists worldwide could be thwarted by legal appeals and lack of political leadership, the Committee to Protect Journalists found in a new report published today. The 2020 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are murdered regularly and their killers go free. The annual Global Impunity Index is again topped by Somalia, Syria, Iraq, and South Sudan, where war and political...
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