The war in Ukraine and crime gangs in Mexico and Haiti were major factors behind "the surge in killings" of news reporters around the world this year, the world's largest organization of journalists said.
Killed in the line of duty in 2022 were 67 journalists and media staff, up from 47 last year and a reversal of the decline seen in recent years, said the Brussels-based International Federation of Journalists, which represents 600,000 media professionals from 187 trade unions and associations in more than 140 countries.
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