09/03/2018
 

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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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.

Read some of the news highlights from Friday 2nd March to Friday 9th of March.

1.Opens external link in new window Drop All Charges Against Iranian Journalist, Says IFJ. Radio Farda

2.Opens external link in new window IFJ condemns killing of journalist in Rawalpindi. Dunya News

3.Opens external link in new window Iranian Regime Continues to Stifle Free Speech -Tries Journalist on Fabricated Charges. By Siavosh Hosseini, The Media Express

4. Opens external link in new windowPress freedom groups call on Europe to stop region becoming unsafe for journalists to work in. By Matthew Vella, Malta Today

5.Opens external link in new window Ex-Zaman bureau chief recalls “forgotten” colleagues. Avhal News

6. Opens external link in new windowEl asesinato de un periodista que investigaba casos de corrupción en el gobierno eslovaco desató una crisis política en el país. La Diaria

7. Opens external link in new windowFIP: Empleadores fracasan a la hora de abordar violencia contra las periodistas. Crónica Viva

8.Opens external link in new window Rencontre initiée par le SNPM et la Fédération internationale des journalistes. By Brahim Mokhliss, Le Matin

9.Opens external link in new window Selçuk Gültasli appelle à ne pas oublier les journalistes de Zaman. By Mikail Turan, Turquie Plus

10.Opens external link in new windowUkrainian doxing website violates right to privacy, UN states. Tass

11.Opens external link in new windowRevolutionary anniversaries across MENA marked with repression: February round-up. By Joey Ayoub, IFEX

12. Opens external link in new windowAffaire Caristan Isseri : Ce que les organisations professionnelles ont dit. By Pierre Arnaud Ntchapda, Cameroon Info


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