Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Vietnam

Media Concerns About Covering the War

Media Concerns About Covering the War
By Joel Campagna

The Boston Globe
March 19, 2003

December 13, 2004 5:37 PM ET

Georgia, Iraq, Qatar

Al Jazeera: Leave It to Viewers

Al Jazeera: Leave It to Viewers
By Joel Campagna

The International Herald Tribune

December 13, 2004 5:36 PM ET

Attacks on the Press   |   Afghanistan, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Morocco, Nepal, Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Somalia, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Vietnam, Zimbabwe

Attacks on the Press 2003: Introduction

By Ann Cooper

In real-time images, the war in Iraq splashed across television screens worldwide in March, with thousands of journalists covering the U.S.-led war against Saddam Hussein and his regime.

The conflict and its aftermath had a far-reaching impact on the press and its ability to report the news, with the reverberations felt in some surprising places and in unsettling ways.

March 11, 2004 12:08 PM ET


Qatar, UAE

Attacks on the Press 2003: Israel and the Occupied Territories

The Israeli army continued to imperil reporters and restrict their work in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, making the area one of the most complicated and dangerous assignments for journalists in the Middle East. During 2003, two journalists were shot and killed by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) fire. Others encountered harsh treatment at checkpoints or had to contend with army-imposed limits on their movements.
March 11, 2004 12:04 PM ET


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