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Meurtres de journalistes restés impunis

Indice mondial de l'impunité en 2016

Publié le 27 octobre 2016

Dans son dernier Indice mondial de l'impunité, qui met en lumière les pays où les assassins de journalistes échappent à la justice, le CPJ a trouvé que parmi les taux d'impunité les plus élevés pour les meurtres de journalistes figurent ceux que l'on peut attribuer aux exécutions commises par des groupes islamistes. Le pays en tête du classement depuis deux ans est la Somalie, où le groupe militant al-Shabaab est soupçonné d'être impliqué dans la majorité des meurtres de personnel des médias, suivie par l'Irak et la Syrie, où des membres du groupe militant État islamique a assassiné au moins six journalistes au cours de la dernière année.

27 octobre 2016 8h00 ET

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Getting Away With Murder

CPJ’s 2016 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

By Elisabeth Witchel, CPJ Impunity Campaign Consultant

Published October 27, 2016.

Some of the highest rates of impunity in the murders of journalists can be attributed to killings by Islamist militant groups, CPJ found in its latest Global Impunity Index, which spotlights countries where journalists are murdered and their killers go free. The worst country for the second year in a row is Somalia, where the militant group al-Shabaab is suspected in the majority of media murders, followed by Iraq and Syria, where members of the militant group Islamic State murdered at least six journalists in the past year.

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Eludir los asesinatos - Índice Global de Impunidad 2016

Por Elisabeth Witchel

Publicado el 27 de octubre de 2016.

Algunas de las más elevadas tasas de impunidad por el asesinato de periodistas pueden atribuirse a los asesinatos perpetrados por grupos radicales islamistas, concluyó el CPJ en la última edición de su Índice Global de Impunidad, que se centra en los países donde asesinan a periodistas y los responsables de tales crímenes continúan impunes. Por segundo año consecutivo, el país con el peor historial de impunidad fue Somalia, donde el grupo radical islamista al-Shabaab es señalado como el posible autor de la mayoría de los asesinatos de periodistas, y a continuación le siguen Iraq y Siria, donde los miembros del grupo radical Estado Islámico asesinaron a por lo menos seis periodistas el año pasado.

27 de Octubre 2016 8:00 AM ET

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Crimes sem castigo

Por Elisabeth Witchel

A impunidade pelo assassinato de jornalistas - Índice Global de Impunidade 2016

Publicado em 27 de outubro de 2016

Algumas das mais elevadas taxas de impunidade pelo assassinato de jornalistas podem ser atribuídas a homicídios perpetrados por grupos radicais islamistas, concluiu o CPJ na mais recente edição de seu Índice Global de Impunidade, que focaliza os países onde assassinam jornalistas e os responsáveis por tais crimes continuam impunes. Pelo segundo ano consecutivo, o país com o pior histórico de impunidade foi a Somália, onde o grupo radical islâmico al-Shabaab é suspeito de cometer a maioria dos assassinatos de jornalistas, seguindo-se o Iraque e a Síria, onde os membros do grupo radical Estado Islâmico assassinaram pelo menos seis jornalistas no ano passado.

outubro 27, 2016 8:00 AM ET

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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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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.

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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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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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Alerts   |   Pakistan

Gunmen open fire on Geo TV broadcast van in Karachi, killing one

New York, September 8, 2015--A Geo TV technician was killed and a driver for the privately owned Pakistani station was injured today in a shooting in Karachi, according to media reports. Arshad Ali Jafri, the technician, was shot seven times in the attack, and the driver was shot twice in the shoulder but managed to drive to a hospital, police told local media. Two other Geo media workers near the van escaped injury.

Blog   |   Pakistan

A year after Raza Rumi attack, little change for Pakistan's beleaguered press

Raza Rumi, pictured in Washington, D.C. in March at a rally for a murdered Bangladeshi blogger, has been living in the U.S. since gunman attacked him last year. (Raza Rumi)

One year ago Raza Rumi, a TV anchor and widely-respected analyst in Pakistan, narrowly escaped death when gunmen opened fire on his car in an attack that killed his driver, Mustafa. When I wrote about the March 28 attack, the fourth on the Express Group in eight months that had left four people dead, I highlighted the lack of a police investigation.

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