The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on February 12 published the full report of journalists and media staff killed during 2010, saying that 94 media fatalities last year demonstrate the increasing risks facing journalists around the globe. The report also includes three cases of journalists who lost their lives in accidents.
The IFJ report shows that Pakistan had the worst record in media safety with 16 dead, ahead of Mexico and Honduras which recorded ten killings each. There was a decrease in the number of killings compared to a total of 139 in 2009 but the report notes that high levels of violence remained the major threat to safety of media.
The full report can be found here: