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Iraq is the ‘deadliest conflict for journalists.’

By Ben Armbruster

"Iraq is the ‘deadliest conflict for journalists.’"

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An annual report released today by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) found that worldwide, “65 journalists were killed in 2007,” which marks “the highest toll in more than a decade.” Thirty-two journalists were killed in Iraq in 2007, bringing the total toll since the 2003 invasion to a record “174 media personnel” killed.. The report also stated that the Iraq war is “the deadliest conflict for journalists in recent history.”

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