Why journalists carry guns in the Philippines | Guardian Docs

The Philippines is one of the most dangerous countries in which to be a journalist, with at least 75 killed since 1992, and most murders remaining unsolved.
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Now some journalists are arming themselves. Ali Macabalang is one such reporter. He shows the graves of murdered journalists, and he and his colleagues tell of threats from influential politicians.

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