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2020: Dozens of journalists killed in targeted attacks

By DW
30 December 2020   |   12:48 pm
At least 50 journalists worldwide have lost their lives on the job this year, according to the annual report of media advocacy group Reporters Without Borders. The NGO has warned of an increase in targeted killings.

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