Reporting Syria: ‘There’s a direct threat for everyone’


Beirut – He is mourned and remembered far beyond Syria and the modest patch of earth where he now rests. The death of Syrian citizen journalist Khaled al-Essa has raised further questions about the risks facing journalists and media activists covering the conflict in Syria. Al-Essa, 24, from Kafranbel in the northern Idlib countryside, had become…

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