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Minister Catherine Colonna marks International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

The Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, Catherine Colonna, marked the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists. She hailed the work of journalists in high-risk zones. She also presented awards to several journalists for working and honoured them for their remarkable contributions.

Reportedly, The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists is marked to honour and recognise the dedicated efforts and contributions of Journalists Worldwide. The Day focuses on crimes and violence against journalists and other communicators while practising or exercising their duties.

The Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs in France, Catherine Colonna, also presented awards to several Journalists. She awarded the Anna Politkovskaya-Arman Soldin Prize for Courage in Journalism to Mexican journalist Marcela Turati and French-Afghan journalist Mortaza Behboudi.

About Anna Politkovskaya:-

Anna Politkovskaya has been awarded the Arman Soldin Prize for Courage in Journalism. The award distinguishes the work of reporters and photojournalists committed to their role in free, reliable, and high-quality information from crises and conflict zones.

Anna has worked as a Journalist in Russia for Navoya Gazette. Her Investigative reports on corruption, Human Rights, Violence and the Chechen War cost her, and six of her Journalist Colleagues lives. Despite the threats she received, she continued breaking such stories.

Through the photographs of the frontlines taken from February 2022, AFP reporter and photojournalist Arman Soldin Risked his life in the world of Reality behind Russia’s brutal aggression towards Ukraine.

About Marcela Turati:-

Moving forward, The winner of the 2023 Prize is Marcela Turati. She is a freelance Journalist in Mexico, and she pursues her career relentlessly despite the risks that have taken the lives of too many Mexican Journalists.

Turati is best known for her investigation work on the disappearance of thousands of civilians in Mexico. She is also famous for her commitment to human rights and battle against Impunity.

 

Gabriel Peters

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