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Media Leaders Urge Stronger Protection for Journalists

Governments, courts and media organizations must do more to prevent violence against journalists covering war, crime or corruption, news industry leaders insisted Friday. "Whether by murder, violence, arrest or intimidation, the crimes taking place against journalists have become far too common. In fact, they've become normalized,'' John Daniszewski, The Associated Press’ vice president of international news, remarked at a conference on journalist safety, which AP...

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