The brutal murder of freelance journalists in Syria last summer shocked the world. So are journalists any safer now, and what should reporters and news organisations be doing to ensure their safety in conflict zones?
Alastair Reid speaks to:
- Rob Mahoney, deputy director, the Committee to Protect Journalists
- John D McHugh, founder, Verifeye Media
- Tina Carr, director, the Rory Peck Trust
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Update: The podcast has been updated with accurate figures for the number of journalists killed since 2011.
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