Syria, Iraq and Egypt were the most deadly countries for journalists in 2013, which was described as an “absolutely atrocious” year for attacks on the media, a press freedom watchdog says.
Syria, Iraq, Egypt most deadly in ‘atrocious’ year for journalists
Journalists sit in an army soldier’s carrier on their way to the front line, during a guided tour by the Syrian Army in the Damascus suburb of Jobar, on August 24, 2013. (File photo: Reuters)
Al Arabiya News, Dubai
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