A total of 110 journalists have been killed in 2015, two-thirds of them in countries supposedly at peace. Findings from two independent reports suggest that attacks on journalists by non-state groups, especially Islamic extremists, are on the rise.
The media freedom NGO has released its annual report, which also reveals hundreds of detentions. While fewer journalists were killed in 2017 than in the 14 previous years, the downward trend has disturbing cause.
The Committee to Protect Journalists named Cameroon journalist Ahmed Abba as one of four winners of its prestigious 2017 International Press Freedom Award. Abba is serving a 10-year sentence on terrorism charges.
The mass shooting at the French satire magazine "Charlie Hebdo" shook Europe. But despite the outpouring of solidarity, there's no consensus about the limits of artistic freedom of expression.
How do refugee journalists find their new lives in Germany? DW’s video series "Dear Germany" brings you their impressions. In this video, Syria's Bilal Eid tells how he sees Germany, where many things don’t fit together.
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