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Mapping the Parameters of Peril

  • Nick Mosdell

Abstract

Between 1996 and 2014 over 2,100 journalists and media personnel have died while doing their work, according to the International News Safety Institute (INSI). More than half of them were murdered.

Keywords

Organize Crime Organise Crime Global Civil Society Muslim Brotherhood Press Freedom 
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