CPJ: 46 journalists killed doing their jobs in 2011

The Committee to Protect Journalists releases number of journalists killed whilst doing their job.

At least 46 journalists were killed in 2011, according to figures released by the Committee to Protect Journalists.

They include seven deaths in Pakistan, where 29 journalists have now been killed in the past five years.

It was the most dangerous place to work as a journalist followed by Libya and Iraq, each with five fatalities, and Mexico with three deaths.

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