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Requiem for Freedom of The Press

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  • Once more time, thank you God's Own Kerala!
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  • @alfredito1 Muchas gracias, Alfredo, por tu amable comentario y favorito. Estoy enterada de los problemas existentes en tu país, muy triste con los secuestros, desapariciones y asesinatos no sólo de periodistas, sino de otros ciudadanos, muchos de ellos adolescentes. Un saludo muy cordial.
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  • Hola Cachi,

    Este es un problema grave a nivel global y en México ha venido cobrando mucha fuerza en la última década; por el problema del narcotráfico y del crimen organizado hay algunas zonas del país en donde la prensa NO puede hablar ni tocar ciertos temas so pena de amanecer al día siguiente muerto o simplemente que 'desaparezcas' sin dejar rastro.

    Te felicito por esta presentación y que sirva de reconocimiento para los que realizan esta labor y que en algunas partes del mundo se juegan la vida sólo por ello.

    Saludos desde Mérida, Yucatán, México.
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  • @JadwigaGlod Thank you very much for the favourite, Jadwiga.
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  • wspaniale zdjecia Czy swiat sie kiedys opamieta
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  • 1. 0 Deadliest Countries 1.Iraq: 162 2.Philippines: 76 3.Syria: 61 4.Algeria: 60 5.Russia: 56 6.Pakistan: 53 7.Somalia: 52 8.Colombia: 45 9.India: 32 10.Mexico: 29 11.Brazil: 27 12.Afghanistan: 24 13.Turkey: 21 14.Sri Lanka: 19 15.Bosnia: 19 16.Rwanda: 17 17.Tajikistan: 17 18.Sierra Leone: 16 19.Bangladesh: 14 20.Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory: 12 Journalists in Jail: Archives 2013: 211 2012: 232 2011: 179 2010: 145 2009: 136 2008: 125 2007: 127 2006: 134 2005: 125 2004: 122 2003: 138 2002: 139 2001: 118 2000: 81
  • 2. Journalists rally in Manila, November 2012. The Philippines is one of the most dangerous places in the world for journalists.
  • 3. Protesters march to Agos newspaper office during a demonstration to mark the seventh anniversary of the killing of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink in Istanbul January 19, 2014. (Photo: Reuters)
  • 4. The National Human Rights Commission says at least 84 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000. The group Reporters Without Borders says Mexico was among the deadliest countries for journalists last year, behind Syria, Somalia and Pakistan. The body of El Imparcial newspaper journalist Alberto Lopez lies next to another dead man in a cornfield of La Humedad, in the municipality of Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico.
  • 5. Nepalese journalists stage a sit-in protest in front of a replica of a radio to protest the attack on one of the reporters for the "Nagarik" national daily paper Khilanath Dhakal in Kathmandu on June 15, 2011.
  • 6. Music: Enigma - Sadeness