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Danger in truth; truth in danger: Special report: journalists under fire and under pressure volume 45 issue 2

by Rachael Jolley Sage Publications Ltd
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Investigative journalists and foreign correspondents are among the writers for our special report Danger in Truth; Truth in Danger in the latest Index on Censorship magazine. Television foreign correspondent Lindsey Hilsum thinks about why and when war zones become too dangerous to cover. Stephen Grey (who broke the story of extraordinary rendition) reports on the modern threats to reporters' keeping their sources secret,  while an Iraqi trainer of journalists investigates what measures journalists can take to stay safer. Reports come from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Belgium, Italy, South Africa, Eritrea and Turkey, among others. Also in this issue, an extract of a play by Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell that's never before published in English, and newly translated fiction from Ukraine and Romania.

Risky Business - Rachael Jolley
Behind the Lines - Lindsey Hilsum
We Are Journalists, Not Terrorists - Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
Code of Silence - Cristina Marconi
Facing the Front Line - Laura Silvia Battaglia
Giving Up On the Graft and the Grind - Jean-Paul Marthoz
Risking Reputations - Fred Searle
Inside Syria’s War - Hazza Al-Adnan
Living In Fear for Reporting On Terror - Ismail Einashe
The Life of a State Journalist In Eritrea - Abraham T. Zere
Smothering South African Reporting - Carien Du Plessis
Writing with a Bodyguard - Catalina Lobo-Guerrero
Taliban Warning Ramps up Risk To Kabul’s Reporters - Caroline Lees
Writers of Wrongs - Steven Borowiec
The Arab Spring Snaps Back - Rohan Jayasekera
Shooting the Messengers - Duncan Tucker
Is Your Secret Safe With Me? - Stephen Grey
Stripsearch Cartoon - Martin Rowson
Scoops and Troops - Kaya Genç
Rebel with a Cause - Jemimah Steinfeld
Soap Operas Get Whitewashed - Irene Caselli
Are Ad-Blockers Killing The Media?
Publishing Protest, Secrets and Stories - Louis Blom-Cooper
Songs That Sting - Moddi
A World Away From Wallander - Henning Mankell
“I’m Not Prepared to Give up My Words?? - Matei Visniec
Posting Into the Future - Oleh Shynkarenko
Index around the World - Josie Timms
The Lost Art of Letters - Vicky Baker