Iraq continues to be a dangerous place for media workers. The LA Times recently reported: “Bomb Kills Iraqi Cameraman and The Committee to Protect Journalists reports:

In Iraq, 32 journalists — the same figure as in 2006 — were killed last year, all but one of them Iraqis, as well as 12 media support workers, who include translators, fixers, guards and drivers, CPJ said. The report called the Iraq war “the deadliest conflict for journalists in recent history,” with 125 journalists and 49 support workers killed since the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003…

Read the full report here.

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