WWE Reportedly Sets Next Two Saudi Arabia Events

Cheryl Sanders
December 21, 2018

In a move that is motivated by everything political and nothing factual, the United States has been listed among the most risky countries in the world for journalists, according to NBC News. This would match the two events per year pattern that was set in 2018. He had been harassing the newspaper for six years on Twitter about a 2011 article that named him. However, the Central Intelligence Agency found that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was involved in Khashoggi's murder.

In addition, the committee said the imprisonment of journalists has been on the rise.

Journalists also have died this year in Slovakia, where 27-year-old investigative reporter Jan Kuciak was fatally shot while probing alleged corruption. "Essentially, (US President Donald) Trump signaled that countries that do enough business with the United States are free to murder journalists without outcome".

Part of the problem is that the number of journalists killed around the world is relatively small, reprehensible as those killings are.

Two other journalists died while reporting on extreme weather conditions. Six fatalities were enough to vault the United States into the top five list of the world's most unsafe locations. If deranged murderer Jarrod Ramos, a longtime paranoid convinced the entire world was out to get him, had not chose to open fire on people he had been stalking and harassing since 2011, no journalists would have died in the United States at all.

"The context for the crisis is varied and complex, and closely tied to changes in technology that have allowed more people to practice journalism even as it has made journalists expendable to the political and criminal groups who once needed the news media to spread their message", the committee said in its report.

Of course, all of these deaths are tragic, but Reporters Without Borders lists them among journalists who have been killed either by the hands of local officials or organized crime.

The panel was formed by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud after the announcement of the arrest of 18 suspects in connection to the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Proclaiming the United States has become one of the five most risky nations in the world for reporters based on the six deaths RSF presented is clickbait, not insightful analysis.

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