Media | Time to end the silence about crimes against journalists 
Flowers and tributes laid at the foot of the Great Siege monument in Valletta, Malta, which was turned into a temporary shrine last month for Maltese journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia (pictured) who was killed by a car bomb outside her home in Bidnjia, Malta, on October 16.
Thousands took to the streets for the second Sunday in a row on October 29, 2017, saying they will not be silenced until there is justice for murdered journalist and anti-corruption blogger. Photo: AFP/ Matthew Mirabelli / Malta OUT
Flowers and tributes laid at the foot of the Great Siege monument in Valletta, Malta, which was turned into a temporary shrine last month for Maltese journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia (pictured) who was killed by a car bomb outside her home in Bidnjia, Malta, on October 16. Thousands took to the streets for the second Sunday in a row on October 29, 2017, saying they will not be silenced until there is justice for murdered journalist and anti-corruption blogger. Photo: AFP/ Matthew Mirabelli / Malta OUT

Time to end the silence about crimes against journalists 

Today, journalism is one of the most dangerous professions anywhere. On November 2, as the world recognizes the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, the profession should commit to making these stories front-page news.

November 2, 2017 12:48 PM (UTC+8)
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