03/02/2017
 

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 27th January to Friday 3rd February:

1. Opens external link in new windowIFJ/EFJ urge Russian authorities to stop persecuting #Ukraine journalists

2. Opens external link in new windowCameroun : levée de bouclier des éditeurs contre le musellement des médias

3. Opens external link in new windowLevée de boucliers contre le régulateur des médias au Cameroun

4. Opens external link in new windowLa Fédération internationale des journalistes s'inquiète des menaces contre les médias au Cameroun

5. Opens external link in new windowLa Fédération internationale des journalistes s'inquiète des menaces contre les médias au Cameroun

6. Opens external link in new windowLa Federación Internacional de Periodistas pide a Trump que deje de atacar a los medios y respete la libertad de expresión

7. Opens external link in new windowFor journalists by journalists insurance scheme launched

8. Opens external link in new window‘Unacceptable in democracy!’ IFJ president slams US police for arresting journalists in DC

9. Opens external link in new windowIFJ denounces attack on VOA correspondent in Nangarhar, Afghanistan

10. Opens external link in new windowIFJ unveils new global insurance coverage for journalists

11. Opens external link in new windowCameroun - Liberté de la presse: Peter Essoka dans le viseur de la Fédération Internationale des Journalistes

12. Opens external link in new windowOpponents who can’t be silenced, go missing

13. Opens external link in new windowPakistani Reporters in the Crosshairs

14. Opens external link in new windowCameroon – Press Freedom: Peter Essoka threatens some media, the International Federation of Journalists reacts

15. Opens external link in new windowMy word: Flogging newspapers, flogging journalists

16. Opens external link in new windowMéxico, tercer país más mortífero del mundo para los periodistas en 2016

17. Opens external link in new windowGrecia, i due giornali più antichi del Paese a rischio chiusura per motivi economici. L’allarme di Efj e Ifj: «Pluralismo in pericolo»

18. Opens external link in new windowVeracruz, zona más peligrosa para periodistas en América Latina

19. Opens external link in new windowANP condena violación del derecho al trabajo de periodistas en sector público y privado

20. Opens external link in new windowPeriodismo en Pakistán: callarse o morir

21. Opens external link in new windowFIP: tercer ataque a la prensa de Colombia en 2017

22. Opens external link in new windowAcoso político y judicial contra periodistas griegos

23. Opens external link in new windowLa FIP y la FEP urgen a liberar a Súshchenko y Semena


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