CPJ releases annual exile report
In the run-up to World Refugee Day on June 20, CPJ brought the human toll of exile to the fore in its annual special report on exiled journalists. The report found that Syria, Ethiopia, and Eritrea are responsible for the most cases of journalists who flee.
The report spotlights the violence, imprisonment, and threats that have forced journalists into exile from some of the world's most repressive nations. Told in a narrative form, the report follows the stories of eight journalists from around the world who were forced to flee their homes.