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Media from around the world take part in a global campaign calling for the end of impunity against journalist
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The Philippines has been on the impunity list for 11 years, and still has 40 unsolved cases out of a population of 104.9 million
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(UPDATED) The Philippines' high impunity index is indicative of the country 'going through one of its most critical moments, due to the increase of violence related with organized crime and increased terrorist activities from local gangs linked to the Islamic State (ISIS)'
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines says the unsubstantiated allegations of Senator Alan Peter Cayetano against the Philippine media put lives in danger
The president elect is dismissive and vague about how he intends to address the alarming rate of media killings in the Philippines
Criticizing Rodrigo Duterte s justification of media killings the family of Gerry Ortega says the slain radio broadcaster was killed for exposing corruption
The Philippines has dropped to 4th from 3rd on the 2015 Global Impunity Index but remains the only country within the top 5 impunity offenders not engulfed by conflict and acute political instability says the Committee to Protect Journalists
As we celebrate World Press Freedom Day on Saturday May 3 let s take a look at how some organizations assess the Philippine media