The Committee to Project Journalists (CPJ) said that at least 42 journalists and media workers have been killed since the Israel-Hamas war began on October 7.
The Israel-Hamas war roved as the most deadly for journalists since the CPJ’s data collection began in 1992. Here’s job opportunity for you in Pakistan National Shipping Corporation PNSC
As of Monday, 42 journalists and media workers were confirmed dead: 37 Palestinian, four Israeli, and one Lebanese. Read this Sindh Reveals Exam Dates, Results, and Vacation Schedule for 2024
Nine journalists were reported injured. Three journalists were reported missing. Thirteen journalists were reported arrested”, the group said in a statement.
Journalists covering the war have also experienced “multiple assaults, threats, cyberattacks, censorship, and killings of family member.
“Journalists across the region are making great sacrifices to cover this heart-breaking conflict,” the CPJ’s Middle East and North Africa programme coordinator Sherif Mansour said in a statement.
Those in Gaza, in particular, have paid, and continue to pay, an unprecedented toll and face exponential threats. Also read ICC Champions Trophy Returns After 8 Years, Here’s List of Qualified Teams & Host