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Immigration Detention: El Paso and Record Journalists

immigration detention: Another 20 were killed in circumstances that CPJ cannot confirm were related to their work, according to Rabble. A record 262 journalists were imprisoned around the world, with Turkey, China and Egypt topping the list for the second year in a row. The list includes 42 journalists and four media workers killed, some while covering war, others murdered in retaliation for their reporting. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump wages a relentless campaign to discredit journalism in the U.S., often with rhetoric that could potentially incite his followers to violence. Emilio Gutierrez Soto is being held in immigration detention in El Paso, Texas, along with his 24-year-old son, Oscar. Trump's policy of ramping up mass deportations could even send one Mexican journalist, currently jailed in the U.S., back to Mexico, where he might be killed. ( As reported in the news.