Indonesia: The need to protect journalists
The organization has become concerned that journalists and others who refuse to bow to pressure and accept censorship may be at risk of a potentially more lethal force. The conduct of the investigation into human rights violations has shown the authorities' failure in their duty to protect journalists against future attacks by ensuring rigorous and impartial investigation.
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