Statistics of the number of journalists killed in 2018[/ltr]
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The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) announced that 94 journalists around the world were killed in 2018, indicating that they were killed deliberately or because of bombings or accidental shooting during their work.
The report highlighted the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, describing it as an example of a continuing crisis related to the safety of journalists.
He pointed out that the most dangerous country for journalists is Afghanistan, where 16 journalists were killed, then Mexico, which witnessed the killing of 11 journalists, and Yemen ranked third in the world, and the first Arab, where nine journalists were killed.
The Yemeni Women Journalists Without Chains organization documented the deaths of 12 journalists, noting that six journalists were killed by Saudi Arabian military forces, while the Houthis killed four, and two unidentified gunmen killed two journalists.
Syria came third, killing eight journalists, then India, which killed seven journalists, followed by Pakistan, Somalia and the United States, where five journalists were killed in each.