10/08/2018
 

IFJ in the news this week

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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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 Saturday 4th of August to Friday 10th of August. 

1. Pressure Is Mounting in Hong Kong Over Attempts to Ban a Pro-Independence Activist From Speaking, The Time

2. Cease threats against Foreign Correspondents’ Club, press groups tell former Hong Kong leader CY Leung, South China Morning Post

3. Media Licensing Fees “A Blatant Attack On Press Freedom” in Mozambique, Zitamar News

4. World News You Missed in July, Media Life

5. Bangladesh Photographer Shahidul Alam Detained After Facebook Post on Dhaka Protests, The Wire

6. Glossary critics pile pressure on journalists’ union, Cyprus Mail Online

7. Hong Kong's autonomy in focus amid calls to cancel speech by pro-independence politician, CNBC

8. Taipei denies journalist groups' accusations of press intervention, Focus Taiwan

9. Attack on Journos: Outrage over journo attack, The Daily Star

10. Taipei City Government criticized for interference in media, Taiwan News

11. Release Shahidul immediately, The Daily Star

12. Turkish journalist Emeç sentenced to prison for reporting death of Kurdish man during police raid, Stockholm Center of Journalism

13. DARE: AMERICANS’ VIEWS ON THE MEDIA, PEN America

14. Taiwan News: Tsai Braces for Trade War Fallout, MoFA Deletes Pooh Tweet, The News Lens

15. Libyan journalist Moussa Abdel Karim abducted and killed in Sabha, IFEX

16. Abukalloub reconnu réfugié, LAvenir

17. Journalistes, droit et déontologie en débat à Rabat, Libération

18. Accusations of Authoritarianism Against Ko Wen-Je On The Rise Before Elections, New Bloom Magazine

19. Shahidul Alam Taken Back Into Custody After Medical Tests, The Wire


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