Iraq War Reporting: How can we achieve in-depth coverage in the world’s deadliest place for journalists?
For five years in a row, Iraq has been the most dangerous place to be a journalist, with 31 reporters dying in 2007. In this video, Richard Rowley and David Enders look at the dangers of working as a journalist in Baghdad:
Have you or your colleagues covered the conflict in Iraq? What dangers do journalists face? What is Iraq War coverage like in your country? What can be done to improve coverage?
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