12/01/2018
 

IFJ in the news

Every week the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is mentioned.

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TOP NEWS, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Arab World, AFRICA, Campañas, Informes, Events

Every week the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) is compiling a list of the top news articles from across the world in which it is mentioned.

Read some of the news highlights from Friday 5th January to Friday 12th January.

1) Opens external link in new windowTrump: Lies and bombast totally out of control. By Kevin Kintz, The News Tribune 

2) Opens external link in new windowThe rise of fake news in the Middle East & beyond. The Jerusalem Post 

3) Opens external link in new window81 reporters have been killed in 2017 as threats soared, world journalism group says. Kaplan Herald 

4) Opens external link in new windowJournalist Taha Siddiqui assaulted, 'narrowly escapes' abduction bid. By Kristina Tyler, Alive for Football 

5) Opens external link in new windowPhilippines Most Dangerous Country in Southeast Asia for Journalists. By Pascal Laureyn, Inter Press Service 

6) Opens external link in new windowMedia observer for Kurdistan: Cases of violations against journalists in 2017 rose to 230. Rudaw 

7) Opens external link in new windowPhilippines Most Dangerous Country in Southeast Asia for Journalists. By Pascal Laureyn, ReliefWeb 

8) Opens external link in new windowHow journalists get together for freedom of media and peace journalism. The Southern Times 

9) Opens external link in new windowJournalist Taha Siddiqui assaulted by armed men, escapes abduction. By Elias Hubbard, Click Lancashire 

10) Opens external link in new windowFilipinas es el peor país para la prensa en Asia sudoriental. By Pascal Laureyn, Rebelion 

11) Opens external link in new windowRiga épinglé par la Fédération des journalistes pour l'expulsion de reporters russes. Sputnik News 

12) Opens external link in new windowLa FIP condena el "dramático incremento" de las violaciones contra medios y periodistas palestinos en 2017. Cuatro 

13) Opens external link in new windowUna periodista renunció por la desigualdad salarial. Lmneuquen 

14) Opens external link in new windowCriminalidad en México afecta la libertad de expresión: Emmanuel Macron. Breaking 

15) Opens external link in new window‘La letal mordaza electoral’, columna Inter-diálogos del Colectivo de Periodistas Por La Paz. Rabiaytinta  

16) Opens external link in new windowAsesinan a un periodista de El Universal en la Ciudad de México. RT 

17) Opens external link in new windowFIP: Mass dismissals of workers in public media in Argentina. Cronica Viva 

18) Opens external link in new windowAlto poder | A Ricardo Anaya ya lo llaman el “hitlercito” por autoritario. By Manuel Mejido, El Sol de Mexico 


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