The Top 5 Deadliest Countries for Journalists in 2013

  Country Number of Confirmed Journalists Killed
1 Syria 28 journalists killed
2 Syria 28 journalists killed
3 Iraq 10 journalists killed
4 Iraq 10 journalists killed
5 Egypt 6 journalists killed
6 Egypt 6 journalists killed
7 Pakistan 5 journalists killed
8 Pakistan 5 journalists killed
9 Somalia 4 journalists killed
10 Somalia 4 journalists killed
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Sources:  CPJ: Committee to Protect Journalists. 2014. Please visit the source here

List Notes: List last updated by www.top5ofanything.com: January, 2014. Data is number of journalists killed by country for the year 2013 categorized by the term: "Motive confirmed". The Committee to Protect Journalists investigates the death of every journalist to determine whether it is work-related. CPJ consider a case "confirmed" only if they are reasonably certain that a journalist was murdered in direct reprisal for his or her work; was killed in crossfire during combat situations; or was killed while carrying out a dangerous assignment such as coverage of a street protest. The CPJ database does not include journalists killed in accidents such as car or plane crashes. Please note: www.top5ofanything.com uses CPJ data as a source here, however more than one organization gathers and publishes data.
Deadliest Countries for Journalists in 2013
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