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The international press freedom group Reporters Without Borders has called Afghanistan one of the world’s deadliest countries for journalists.
From the death of Jamal Khashoggi to Donald Trump's attacks on journalists.
The annual World Press Freedom Index warns the president's “violent anti-press rhetoric” is having dangerous effects, in the U.S. and abroad.
The president's "Fake News Awards" add to an anti-media campaign "unworthy of the country that adopted the First Amendment."
More than half are behind bars in Turkey, China and Egypt, says a new Committee to Protect Journalists report.
“The amount of aggression directed towards liberal journalists in this country from state media and elsewhere is overwhelming and non-stop.”
The U.S. Press Freedom Tracker will catalog arrests, threats and assaults against journalists.
Publications including Charlie Hebdo and BuzzFeed were barred from the party's rally.