70 journalists were killed in the first half of 2012 in what has been called “one of the bloodiest periods of recent times".
Alan Rusbridger can claim to be the Guardian’s greatest editor. But, asks Peter Wilby, will he also be its last?
The company has been placed into liquidation.
The Committee to Protect Journalists reveals unsolved murders of journalists around the world.
There will always be local news, except that it is a less attractive investment. Perhaps that’s best
“You have to be scared, because otherwise you’re not careful”
Web-based citizen journalism is launched in UK cities.
It should be a source of shame that big online publishers are as a matter of course not linking to s
War correspondents put their lives on the line to entertain us and bring us details that no one else