For much of its population, Somalia is a difficult and dangerous place to live.
It’s particularly true for reporters. Practicing journalism in a failed state means facing threats from any number of militia groups.
That includes Islamist radicals from al-Shabaab as well as from armed groups loyal to Somalia’s internationally-backed government in Mogadishu. At least 59 Somali journalists have been killed since 1992-the year after the fall of dictator Siad Barre threw the country into chaos.
On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at the state of journalism in Somalia.