Data of the annual report, presented on Tuesday, December 29, human rights organization «reporters without borders», show that in the past year in the world were killed at least 110 journalists, and 67 of them have paid with their lives for their work.
Causes of killing the remaining 43 people are still not known because the investigation was hampered by the instability of the situation in the area of their death, and the dishonesty of officials in the countries where the crimes were committed.
The third line from the top of the list of countries most dangerous for journalists, appears at this time France, in January 2015 at the hands of terrorists killed eight of the editorial staff of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The first two places traditionally occupied Iraq and Syria, the top five also includes Yemen and South Sudan.
This year, unlike last, armed conflicts are not the primary cause of death of journalists – two thirds of them were killed in so-called «peaceful» countries. This is for example India, the most dangerous for journalists Asian country where reporters are regularly killed facing organized crime and corruption.
The most dangerous of Latin America recognized Mexico, where journalists face the same problems as in India. The most dangerous States of this country are Veracruz and Oaxaca, where the lush color of flourishing organized crime and corruption.