World Press Freedom Day: Gazan journalists in the line of fire

More than six months after the start of Israel’s devastating offensive in response to the October 7 attacks, Palestinian journalists in Gaza continue to pay a heavy price. According to the NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF), more than 100 have been killed, with at least 20 slain in the line of duty. Meanwhile, the international press is still banned from accessing the Palestinian enclave, much to its frustration. For RSF, Gaza is on the verge of becoming a “news black hole”. So under what conditions are journalists reporting from the ground there? How is information reaching us? FRANCE 24’s Tarek Kai reports. Warning: This report contains distressing images.

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