49 Journalists Were Murdered in 2019, the Lowest Death Toll in 16 Years

Forty-nine journalists were killed this year, 57 are being held hostage and 389 are currently in prison, nonprofit group Reporters Without Borders said Tuesday.

In its annual review, the Paris-based group found that the number of journalists killed in 2019 was the lowest since 2003, representing a “historically low” figure compared with an average of 80 journalists killed per year over the past two decades.
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