16/12/2016
 

IFJ in the news

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 9th December to Friday 16th December:

1. Opens external link in new windowHooray For The Russian Hackers, Boo To The Kremlin

2. Opens external link in new windowApoyo a EL MUNDO por su investigación

3. Opens external link in new windowCorte Suprema analizará el caso de periodista holandés

4. Opens external link in new windowIrak: le directeur de la radio de Kirkouk a été abattu

5. Opens external link in new windowMaroc : la FIJ demande l’abandon des poursuites en diffamation contre le président du SNPM

6. Opens external link in new windowOn China, Trump could be most influential president since Nixon

7. Opens external link in new windowIFJ condemns attacks, restrictions on media in occupied Kashmir

8. Opens external link in new windowIFJ demands action against Lanka Navy chief

9. Opens external link in new windowLebanon: Solidarity pledged in Face of Massive Lay-Offs and Unpaid Wages

10.Opens external link in new window Liban: Solidarité face aux licenciements massifs et aux salaires impayés

11. Opens external link in new windowDecember 15 is observed in Russia as a remembrance day in memory of journalists who died while performing their professional duties

12. Opens external link in new windowLetters: We should not be censoring press freedoms, Russian or otherwise

13. Opens external link in new windowIFJ resolution condemns attacks, curbs on media in Kashmir

14. Opens external link in new windowHambantota attack; Test of the government’s sincerity

15. Opens external link in new windowProces LuxLeaks: la FEJ et la FIJ soutiennent les inculpés

16. Opens external link in new windowInternational Federation of Journalists condemns the attack of Hiru Journo by the Navy commander 

17. Opens external link in new windowVictory for Freedom of Expression 


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