Monday, April 6, 2009

Violence Silences Voices of Sri Lankan Journalists (IHT story)

Writing in the International Herald Tribune (April 6, Asian edition), Seth Mydans says at least eight jounalists have been killed in recent years "in what appears to be a broad Sri Lankan government campaign to silence dissenting voices."
The press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders says Sri Lanka is the fourth most dangerous country for journalists, after Iraq, Somalia and Pakistan.
Read the full article.
Related older post: And Then They Came For Me.

1 comment:

  1. This is such a sad state of affairs. I don't pretend to know exactly what this strife is all about, but my heart goes out to the people who are suffering in Sri Lanka.