IRAQ! The deadliest country…. Freedom Of The Press
In Iraq there have been about 151 deaths. <ul><li>In Iraq there have been about 151 death of journalists. </li></ul><ul><li>There have been more deaths in Iraq than there has been in any other country. </li></ul><ul><li>Most deaths have not been announced why they occurred. </li></ul><ul><li>Mostly men were killed and most causes were murder, other reasons were crossfire accidents during war. </li></ul>
WHY?! <ul><li>Journalists are being killed for ridiculous reasons. </li></ul><ul><li>Most deaths don’t even have a reason. </li></ul><ul><li>Journalists are being killed for simply snapping a picture of the wrong person. </li></ul><ul><li>A lot of people are being killed because of information that shouldn’t be known. </li></ul>
Who has been killed! <ul><li>By Year: • 2009: 4 • 2008: 11 • 2007: 32 • 2006: 32 • 2005: 23 • 2004: 24 • 2003: 14 By Nationality: • Iraqi: 117 • European: 13 • Other Arab countries: 3 • United States: 2 • All other countries: 5 Note: One journalist had dual Iraqi-Swedish citizenship and is listed in each nationality. By Gender: • Men: 128 • Women: 11 By Circumstance: • Murder: 89 • Crossfire or other acts of war: 50 Responsibility: • Insurgent/other armed group action: 105 (Includes crossfire, suicide bombings, and murders.) • U.S. fire: 16 (CPJ has not found evidence to conclude that U.S. troops targeted journalists in these cases. While the cases are classified as crossfire, CPJ continues to investigate.) • Iraqi armed forces, during U.S. invasion: 3 (All are crossfire or acts of war.) • Iraqi armed forces, post-U.S. invasion: 1 (Crossfire) • Source unconfirmed: 14 In Iraq…36 Journalists were killed in cross fire, 41 were murdered… </li></ul>
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