JournalismPakistan.com July 31, 2012
According to Reporters without Borders (RSF), so far this year, 29 journalists have been killed in connection with their work.
The countrywide breakdown is Somalia (6); Mexico (5); Syria (4); Brazil (3); Bangladesh, India (2); Indonesia, Iraq, Lebanon, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines and Thailand (1).
The watchdog says another 27 netizens and citizen journalists have been killed, 26 of them in Syria and one in Bahrain. Also, 162 journalists were imprisoned so far in 2012 with Eritrea (31) on top, followed by Iran (30); Uzbekistan (10); Ethopia (7); Turkey (6) and Azerbaijan (5).
Besides, 129 netizens have been imprisoned – 68 in China, 18 in Vietnam and 19 in Iran.
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