The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) recently came out with a special report:
CPJ’s 2010 “Impunity Index” spotlights countries where journalists are killed and their murderers remain free — “having a broader effect on society as a whole, effectively choking off the flow of news and information.”
The worst countries, as CPJ has ranked them:
- Sri Lanka
The report — including index, methodology and statistical table — is available in Arabic, English, French, Russian and Spanish languages.
Hat tip to: Docuticker.