Good news from our friends at the Associated Press:

"Fewer journalists were killed world-wide this year while working to uncover crime and corruption or expressing political dissent, according to a report released Tuesday. A total of 62 journalists lost their lives in 2000. That is down from 86 deaths in 1999, which was the second-worst year on record, the International Federation of Journalists said in its report."

Woo ha!

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