Journalists' death toll in Syrian revolution
DCMF documents the killing of journalists in Syria as part of government crackdown on anti-regime protests.

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Syrian newspapers in revolution
The Syrian revolution triggered the birth of new opposition papers, mainly ran by amateur journalists.

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Gilles Jacquier’s last journey
Two Swiss journalists recount the journey in Syria which led to the killing of their French colleague Gilles Jacquier.

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'My camera was pierced by a bullet'
The DCMF interviews a Syrian citizen journalist who made his way to international airwaves, despite facing threats to his life by the regime.

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Hunting down Syria's media actvists
Syria's media activists have overcome a fear barrier since the start of the revolution, and found new ways to get their voices heard.

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Journalists' death toll in Syrian revolution

Syrian newspapers in revolution

Gilles Jacquier’s last journey

'My camera was pierced by a bullet'

Hunting down Syria's media actvists
As a journalist, Ghassan Ibrahim knew that something was needed to overcome the dominance of state media.
The DCMF interviews Rami al-Jarrah, an activist in self-imposed exile from Syria, on the media and his journey so far.
Nasim Entriri and Walid Blidi, Algerians who held British passports, have been killed, Syrian opposition sources have said.
A 24 year old Syrian stringer for agencies and international newspapers has been killed in Homs.
The attacks in the cities of Sirmin and Azaz seriously injured a Syrian journalist with a British passport and a journalist activist.
Technology has become an important tool in Syria. The DCMF interviews a number of experts on the new methods being used to tell stories.
After the Syrian regime publicly branded journalist Iyad Issa a traitor, he left the country before things got worse.

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