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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hanan Salah; Human Rights Watch (Organization),
|Notes:||"This report was researched and written by Hanan Salah, researcher for Human Rights Watch's Middle East and North Africa division."--Page 50.
"February 2015"--Table of contents page.
" ... documents attacks against journalists and the offices and facilities of media outlets since the 2011 uprising, including threats, assaults, kidnappings, and killings and addresses the failure of authorities to protect journalists and the media, and hold perpetrators of attacks on journalists accountable. Based on interviews with victims of attacks and assaults on journalists, witnesses to threats and attacks, journalists, media, activits, lawyers, and political commentators the report shows how the problems journalists face in Libya are due in part to the volatile security climate in the country and the control militias exert over many regions. Libya is today one of the most perilous places for journalists."--Back cover.
|Reproduction Notes:||Also available online via the World Wide Web.|
|Description:||50 pages ; 27 cm|
|Series Title:||Human Rights Watch (Organization)|
|Other Titles:||Journalists under attack in Libya
Libya, war on the media
- Freedom of the press -- Libya.
- Journalists -- Violence against -- Libya.
- Journalists -- Civil rights -- Libya.
- Journalists -- Protection -- Libya.
- Journalists -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Libya.
- Journalists -- Violence against
- Freedom of the press.
- Journalists -- Civil rights.
- Journalists -- Legal status, laws, etc.
- Journalists -- Protection.
- Freedom of the press
- Overseas item