08/06/2018
 

IFJ in the news this week

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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.

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TOP NEWS, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Arab World, News, News, AFRICA, Campagnes

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 1st of June to Friday 6th of June.

1. Opens external link in new windowWhat’s behind the case of the Russian journalist who faked his own death, By Chris Dukan, The Weekly Observer

2. Opens external link in new windowIMPORTANT NOT TO DILUTE HARD-WON RTI VICTORIES, Daily Mirror

3. Opens external link in new windowPress freedom groups fear staged murder of Russian journalist could 'damage media credibility', By Charlotte Tobitt, Press Gazette

4. Opens external link in new windowIsrael Politik: Illegal Settlement, By Frank Connolly, Village

5. Opens external link in new windowIsrael must halt law that could criminalise media, By Roy Greenslade, The Guardian

6. Opens external link in new windowUNESCO participates in International Association of Press Clubs, DevDiscourse

7. Opens external link in new windowMedia workers demand Russia release Sushchenko, Ukrinform

8. Opens external link in new windowPalestinian activist threatened with death for exposing Israel crimes, Middle East Monitor 

9. Opens external link in new windowPlans to ban photos of Israeli soldiers will stain the country’s reputation even further, By James Rodgers, The Conversation 

10. Opens external link in new windowIFJ, EFJ Condemn Kiev's 'Intimidation Campaign' Against Journalists, Sputnik International

11. Opens external link in new windowL’étrange affaire du journaliste russe ressuscité, RTBF

12. Opens external link in new windowThis news really was fake, happily, By Rex Smith, Las Vegas Sun


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