Freedom of press in Iraq comes at terrible cost

 In Iraq, 230 media workers have been killed since the US-led invasion in 2003, Reporters Without Borders say. Since their report came out on Tuesday, two more journalists have been murdered.

The figure includes a number of foreign reporters, but the overwhelming majority of journalists who are targeted are Iraqis, who continue to do their jobs despite huge risks, says the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse in Baghdad.

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