You’ve likely seen Luke Shuman’s work before, you just might not know it. Luke is a regular contributor to publications including The New Yorker, MIT Technology Review, Mother Jones and The New York Times.
This infographic, The Most Dangerous Countries for Journalists, visualizes the most perilous places journalists can find themselves based upon how many of their kin have been killed there. The dataset covers from the turn of the century through 2015.
Topping the list for the decade-and-a-half period are Iraq, Syria, Philippines, Pakistan and Somalia.
Source: Timothy Luke