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Attacks on the Press   |   Ethiopia, Sri Lanka, USA, Ukraine

Heroines for Press Freedom

Late on the evening of September 16, 2000, 31-year-old Ukrainian investigative journalist Georgy Gongadze left a colleague's house in Kiev and headed home to where his wife and young daughters awaited him. He never made it.

Ataques a la Prensa

Heroínas por la libertad de prensa

La noche del 16 de septiembre de 2000, Georgy Gongadze, periodista investigativo ucraniano de 31 años de edad, dejó la casa de un colega en Kiev y se dirigió a la suya, donde lo esperaban la esposa y las pequeñas hijas. El periodista nunca llegó.

27 de Abril 2016 8:00 AM ET

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Ataques contra a imprensa

Heroínas pela Liberdade de Imprensa

A noite de 16 de setembro de 2000 já avançava quando o jornalista investigativo ucraniano Georgy Gongadze, de 31 anos, saiu da residência de um colega em Kiev e foi para casa, onde era aguardado pela esposa e as filhas pequenas. Porém, ele nunca chegou lá.

abril 27, 2016 8:00 AM ET

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Relatórios

Crime sem Castigo

Amigos e colegas de Rubén Espinosa seguram câmeras no funeral do fotojornalista assassinado no México. Classificação do índice de impunidade no país quase dobrou desde 2008. (AFP / Alfredo Estrella)

O Índice Global de Impunidade 2015 do CPJ enfoca países onde jornalistas são assassinados e os responsáveis ficam livres

outubro 8, 2015 12:01 PM ET

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Reports   |   Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, India, Iraq, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Syria

Getting Away With Murder

CPJ's 2015 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

Published October 8, 2015

The ambush of a convoy in South Sudan and the hacking deaths of bloggers in Bangladesh this year propelled the two nations onto CPJ's Global Impunity Index, which spotlights countries where journalists are murdered and their killers go unpunished. Colombia exited the index as fatal violence against journalists receded further into that country's past.

For the first time since CPJ began compiling the index in 2008, Iraq did not claim the title of worst offender, as Somalia edged into that spot. The shift reflects a steady death toll in Somalia, where one or more journalists have been murdered every year over the past decade, and the government has proved unable or unwilling to investigate the attacks.

Informes

Eludir los asesinatos

Amigos y colegas de Rubén Espinosa sostienen en alto cámaras en el funeral del asesinado fotoperiodista, en México. El puntaje de impunidad del país casi se ha duplicado desde 2008. (AFP/Alfredo Estrella)

El Índice Global de Impunidad 2015 del CPJ se enfoca en países donde asesinan periodistas y los responsables quedan libres

8 de Octubre 2015 12:01 PM ET

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Rapports

Meurtres de journalistes restés impunis

L'épave de la voiture qui appartenait à Yusuf Ahmed Abukar, tué lors de l'explosion d'une bombe en juin 2014. Au moins 30 journalistes ont été assassinés en toute impunité en Somalie depuis 2008. (AP/Farah Abdi Warsameh)

L'Indice de l'impunité du CPJ en 2015 : un rapport qui met en lumière les pays dans lesquels les assassins de journalistes échappent à la justice.

8 octobre 2015 12h01 ET

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Statements   |   Sri Lanka

CPJ welcomes arrests in 2010 disappearance of Sri Lankan journalist Prageeth Eknelygoda

New York, August 24, 2015--At least four Sri Lankan army officers were arrested on Monday and accused of involvement in the January 2010 disappearance of Prageeth Eknelygoda, a political cartoonist and columnist, according to news reports. Another army officer and two civilians were arrested earlier this month, reports said. The arrests come following a pledge by President Maithripala Sirisena to reopen the investigation into Eknelygoda's case.

Press Releases

Cartoonists are vulnerable worldwide, CPJ report finds

CPJ releases global assessment of threats faced by cartoonists

New York, May 19, 2015--The attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015 shed light on the grave dangers confronting those who draw satirical and political cartoons. But threats against cartoonists are a global phenomenon and are as diverse as the content of the cartoons themselves, according to a report released today by the Committee to Protect Journalists. In one case examined in the report, political cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, known as "Zunar," faces more than 40 years in prison if found guilty of sedition during a trial that is due to begin in Malaysia on May 20.

May 19, 2015 11:49 AM ET

Rapports

Fixer les limites : les caricaturistes menacés

Le 7 janvier, deux hommes armés ont fait irruption dans les bureaux du magazine satirique Charlie Hebdo, tuant huit journalistes et mettant en évidence les risques auxquels sont confrontés les caricaturistes. Mais avec la capacité de leur travail de transcender les frontières et les langues, et de simplifier les situations politiques complexes, les menaces dont font l'objet les caricaturistes à travers le monde—qui sont emprisonnés, forcés à se cacher, menacés de poursuites ou assassinés—dépassent largement l'extrémisme islamique. Un rapport spécial de Shawn W. Crispin pour le Comité pour la protection des journalistes.

19 mai 2015 0h01 ET

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