The Duchess of Cornwall will honour journalists killed because of their work at a commemoration service to be held at St Bride’s Church.
The annual service at the Fleet Street church, held on 21 November, will also honour camera-crew and support staff killed alongside reporters.
A St Bride’s spokesperson said the service would help to “remind us that there are many journalists who are missing or held captive, and many more who continue to report at great risk”.
The Duchess of Cornwall previously attended the service in 2012.
Sky News foreign affairs editor Sam Kiley will give this year’s address.
St Bride’s head of operations James Irving said: “We demand a great deal of our journalists, foreign correspondents, camera-crew and support staff, expecting them to keep us informed about difficult and dangerous situations in the trouble spots of the world.
“We will be honouring those who have paid the ultimate price in bringing us the truth as they see it, as well as celebrating the profession of journalism, and the priceless value of free speech”.
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