From the One Free Press Coalition:

Slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in October of 2017 shortly after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, tops the November ranking of the One Free Press Coalition’s “10 Most Urgent” list of press freedom cases. The “10 Most Urgent” list, issued today by a united group of pre-eminent editors and publishers, spotlights journalists whose press freedoms are being suppressed or whose cases are seeking justice. The November “10 Most Urgent” list is centered on the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, observed on November 2, 2020. Since 1992, when the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) began collecting data, 883 journalists have been murdered. According to CPJ’s annual Global Impunity Index released this week, Somalia, Syria, Iraq and South Sudan are the four countries with the greatest number of unsolved murders targeting the press, calculated as a percentage of the country’s population. Published this morning at and by all Coalition members, the 21st 10 Most Urgent list includes the following journalists, ranked in order of urgency:

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