Nabil Al Haj, 29, used to be a news anchor for Libyan State TV. Battling with a lack of journalistic ethics at Gaddafi's channel, he decided to flee the country.
Rosie Garthwaite wrote a book about surviving war zones. Her lesson after 150 interviews on the subject: People vastly disagree on what it means to stay safe.
My husband was killed because he was videotaping things that Egyptian police didn't want people to see.
Anas Bouslamti reflects his endeavors and the challenges of promoting journalism ethics in Morocco.
Lamis Andoni writes about the obstacles she has faced during decades of reporting in Jordan.
What does it take to be a crime reporter in the murder capital of the world? Everything, says Irma Londono.
The story of a Palestinian media photographer, who has his two legs amputated, after an Israel rocket attack.