Anne Mortensen

Anne is a writer and photographer. Her investigations focus on human rights, society and community.

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Voices in Danger: Ethiopian journalists are fleeing from prosecution while others languish in prison

Ethiopia is the second leading jailer of journalists on the African continent

Anuška Delić and her lawyer at a press conference two days before the start of her trial

Voices in Danger: Slovenian journalists are being locked in a senseless battle with Kafkaesque laws

'When a journalist is being prosecuted for doing their job the entire profession is on trial'

Voices in Danger: With the drug cartels in control, a Mexican editor has been forced to flee for his life

Since 2010, 97 journalists have been killed in Mexico in connection with their work

Bob Rugurika

Voices in Danger: Why has a popular Burundian Journalist been charged with complicity to murder after reporting on a murder?

Bob Rugurkia's report on the murder of three elderly nuns has put him in the firing line

Ekrem Dumanli is arrested by counter-terrorism police at his newspaper's headquarters

Voices in Danger: Turkey's attack on press freedom

Dozens of journalists have been arrested across the country, including the prominent editor-in-chief Ekrem Dumanli

Ilgar Nasibov, a journalist and activist who works for Azerbaijan's Nakchivan Resource Centre, was badly beaten

Voices in Danger: Who ordered the brutal attack that almost killed a journalist in Azerbaijan?

Ilgar Nasibov sustained a severe head trauma, broken cheekbones, nose and ribs, bleeding wounds in the head and body, and sight-loss in one eye

Voices in Danger: North Korea is no place for citizen journalists, but this hasn't stopped Ishimaru Jiro

Out of 179 countries, North Korea has been ranked 178th for its press freedom

Voices in Danger: What happened to Andrei Stenin in Ukraine?

Many questions still remain over the Russian photographer's death

James Foley was captured in November 2012 by Isis militants

Voices in Danger: Syria is the most dangerous country in the world for journalists

In the last 24 months foreign reporters have come under unprecedented attack

Nikolai Yarst and Philipp Vasilenko in Sochi

Voices in Danger: The journalists facing death if they return to Russia

Nikolai Yarst and Philipp Vasilenko were arrested before they could break their story on a child trafficking ring linked to the Russian government

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