Number of journalists killed worldwide 2018, by country

Number of journalists killed worldwide in 2018, by country

by Amy Watson, last edited Jan 11, 2019
Number of journalists killed worldwide 2018, by country This statistic shows the number of journalists killed in 2018, broken down by country. In total, 63 journalists were killed in 2018. The most dangerous country for journalists was Afghanistan, where 15 journalists were killed in 2018.
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