Media staff deaths rise to 118 in 2014, says press body

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BRUSSELS — One hundred and eighteen journalists and media staff were killed around the world in 2014, with Pakistan and Syria the deadliest countries, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) said on Wednesday. The IFJ said those killed, 13 more than in 2013, were either targeted for their work or caught in the cross-fire while another 17 died in accidents or natural…

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