Libyan Center for Freedom of Press reports violations against journalists
The Libyan Center for Freedom of Press (LCFP) has issued a report about the number of assaults on journalists in Libya during the fourth quarter of 2015.
The LCFP report shows that five journalists were in threat of murder and other five were kidnapped and tortured, besides, seven other journalists were victims of random arrest and forced disappearance.
The report also indicates that four journalists were prevented from work under threats and that four media agencies were assaulted.
The LCFP report ranks Tripoli on top as it has the biggest number of those freedom of press violations followed by Sabha, Al-Bayda, Misrata and Benghazi successively.
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