Via the Committee to Protect Journalists: Second worst year on record for jailed journalists
Turkey, Iran, and China accounted for more than half of all journalists imprisoned around the world in 2013, the Committee to Protect Journalists has found. In its annual census, CPJ identified 211 journalists jailed for their work, the second worst year on record after 2012, when 232 journalists were behind bars.
The list of top 10 worst jailers of journalists was rounded out by Eritrea, Vietnam, Syria,Azerbaijan, Ethiopia, Egypt, and Uzbekistan.
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