Nhà báo ở Philippines bị bắn chết khi đang phát sóng trực tiếp
một tay súng đã bắn chết Juan Jumalon khi đang phát trực tiếp chương trình radio của mình trên Facebook...
A Filipino radio journalist, Juan Jumalon, was shot and killed during a live broadcast (buổi phát sóng trực tiếp) at his home in the southwest Philippines early on Sunday, according to the local authorities, who were searching for possibly multiple attackers.
Mr. Jumalon, 57, who hosted a radio program under the name D.J. Johnny Walker, was livestreaming his show on Facebook when a shooter entered the radio booth just after 5:30 a.m., the Misamis Occidental police said in a statement. The gunman then “without hesitation” (không chút do dự) shot Mr. Jumalon in the face before fleeing.
... Mr. Jumalon was the fourth journalist to be killed in the Philippines since President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. took office in June 2022 and the 199th since 1986, according to the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines, which condemned (lên án) the “brazen” (trơ trẽn) attack in a statement on X. “The attack is even more condemnable since it happened at Jumalon’s own home, which also served as the radio station (đài phát thanh).”
... In a 2023 report, the Committee to Protect Journalists ranked the Philippines eighth on a list of countries in which the killers of journalists were likely to go unpunished (không bị trừng phạt).
“The Philippines remains a dangerous place to work as a reporter,” the group said in the report, “especially for radio journalists.”