03/08/2018
 

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 28th of July to Friday 3th of August. 

1. Международные журналисты потребовали наказать убийц россиян в ЦАР, Rambler

2. News18 journalists attacked by sand mafia in Punjab, Newslaundry

3. Journalists face increased attacks and threats in Nepal, IFEX

4. Israeli Army Injures Eight Palestinians, Including A Journalist, In Kufur Qaddoum, International Middle East Media Center

5. The disappearance of Ahmed Rilwan: A timeline, Maldives Independent

6. IFJ condemns killing of Russian journalists in CAR, Kuwait News Agency

7. Three Russian journalists killed in Central African Republic while making documentary about Russian mercenary group, Press Gazette

8. Information Ministry Calls In International Community To Stop Israeli Violations Against Journalists, Media Outlets, International Middle East Media Center

9. Int’l Press Body Condemns Arrest By Israel of Palestinian Journalists, Kuwait News Agency

10. IFJ Asia Pacific Takes Notice of Thrashing of TV Journalist in Ferozpur, Sikh Siyasat News

11. New Rules on Media Access to Information in Court Records Thanks to GDPR, Lexology

12. Europe: Murder in Nizhny Novgorod - and has Turkey's state of emergency ended? IFEX

13. Iran punishes Kurdish journalist for backing last year's independence referendum, Kurdistan24

14. Federal prosecutors to investigate journalists’ killings in Quintana Roo, Mexico News Daily

15. Indignación mundial por la muerte de tres periodistas rusos en África, Sputnik


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