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Trauma Journalism

From a 4-19 NY Times editorial: "The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has named 12 countries — including Iraq, Russia, the Philippines, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Mexico — to its annual 'impunity index' because they allow deadly violence against the press to go unpunished. ... CPJ said that since 1992, 639 reporters have been killed for doing their jobs, and, in 565 cases, the killers went unpunished. According to the group, around the globe political reporting is the most dangerous beat, and local journalists the mostly likely victims." Read More 
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