Four international journalists are to be honored with the Committee to Protect Journalists' 2014 International Press Freedom Awards. The awardees are, clockwise from top left, Aung Zaw
, founder and editor-in-chief of Burma's The Irrawaddy
, which was branded an "enemy of the state"; Siamak Ghaderi
, an Iranian freelance journalist released in July from a four-year prison term; Mikhail Zygar
, editor-in-chief for the Russian independent TV channel Dozhd; and Ferial Haffajee
, editor-in-chief of City Press
in South Africa, who has been threatened with violence over critical stories. CPJ will present Jorge Ramos
with the Burton Benjamin Memorial Award for lifetime achievement in the cause of press freedom.