This information is published by GCHR. Here is an excerpt:
Journalists in Yemen suffer a bitter reality and a real tragedy as a direct consequence of the lack of respect for freedom of expression, and fear of the press and journalists in particular, which has led to Yemen being considered an unsafe place to work.
The country has been plunged into war for six years. Democracy in Yemen and the signing and ratification of international agreements related to human rights have not curbed the series of violations against freedom of expression. Rather, freedom of the press continues to deteriorate.
Moreover, Yemeni journalists also face societal difficulties. As soon as he/she says that he/she is a journalist, he/she must fear the other person’s reaction, who will begin to blame the journalist for being the reason for what is happening because of critical reporting of the authorities’ corruption and performance. Even if he/she is a sports journalist, he/she will inevitably be the target of accusations and possibly security harassment, abusive practices, whether officially or arbitrarily by community members. In other words, civilians or military personnel can commit violations against journalists for no reason other than them doing field work, often without being held accountable.
Read the full article here.