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What can be done to protect journalists in Israel-Hamas war

Season 2024 Episode 112 | 5m 45s

The Israel-Hamas war is inflicting a devastating toll on civilians. The Committee to Protect Journalists says it’s also the deadliest conflict for reporters, photographers and camera operators since the group began tracking casualties in 1992. Ali Rogin speaks with CPJ head Jodie Ginsberg about what’s driving the mounting death toll and what can be done to better protect these journalists.

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