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Marco Salustro Living in limbo in Libya

A piece by award-winning filmmaker Marco Salustro, published in Index on Censorship's latest issue, describes the journalistic challenges of covering the plight of the thousands of migrants who have fled sub-Saharan Africa and are now being held in Libya

An extract from Anna Politkovskaya, a decade after her assassination

An extract from an interview with Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, published in Index on Censorship magazine in 2005, the year before she was murdered for her work. On the 10th anniversary of death, it has been included within a special report on her legacy in Index on Censorship's latest issue 

Salam Rizk Reporting from Syria: embedded with the rebels

The latest in our series of testimonies from Rory Peck Awards finalists comes from Syrian freelance filmmaker Salam Rizk. Here Rizk describes travelling to the city of Jisr al-Shughour where he filmed an important rebel victory in April 

Zein al-Rifai A light on Aleppo

Zein al-Rifai is a 28-year-old freelance photographer and video-journalist from Aleppo. He is a Rory Peck News finalist for his coverage of daily life in the rebel-held area of the city – the former economic capital of Syria – for AFPTV.

Alex Dymoke Arrested Turkish journalist Bulent Kenes talks to Voices in Danger

The editor of Turkey’s leading English language newspaper Today’s Zaman was last week arrested for insulting the president over Twitter. The day after his release he spoke exclusively to Voices in Danger about the impending trial, the challenges of running an independent newspaper in Turkey and the intimidation faced by journalists who dare to speak out against the Erdoğan regime.