08/12/2017
 

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.

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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 Friday 1st December to Friday 8th December.

1) Opens external link in new windowIn Russia, Independent Media Voices Are Becoming Targets Again. By Nadezda Azhgikhina, The Nation 

2) Opens external link in new windowRwanda: The right of freedom of expression and of free media remains in jeopardy. Jambonews 

3) Opens external link in new windowInt’l media body concerned about fate of 30 journalists held by Houthis. Kuwait News Agency 

4) Opens external link in new windowIt Took 28 Years Of Courage To Get To #MeToo. We Can't Stop Now. By Jerry Dias, Huffington Post 

5) Opens external link in new windowInternational Federation of Journalists demands impartial investigation into Caruana Galizia murder. By Tia Reljic, Malta Today 

6) Opens external link in new windowMatthew Caruana Galizia Launches Appeal For Information On His Mother’s Murder. Tim Diacono, Lovin Malta 

7) Opens external link in new windowNearly half of women journalists face abuse: survey. New Kerala 

8) Opens external link in new windowGhanaian media and our poor attitude to safety. Pulse 

9) Opens external link in new windowOp-Ed: Why elections don’t always equal to democracy: the case of Kenya. By Barbara Yoxon, CNBC Africa 

10) Opens external link in new windowLa Fédération des journalistes sur la prise d'otages au Yémen dont un pigiste de Sputnik. Sputnik News 

11) Opens external link in new windowUn Journaliste tanzanien porté disparu depuis deux semaines. Press Afrik 

12) Opens external link in new windowTunisie: Baisse des agressions contre les journalistes. Maghreb Emergent 

13) Opens external link in new windowFIP: Piden condena contra torturadores de periodista Claudia Julieta Duque. Cronica Viva 

14) Opens external link in new windowFIP: Amenazan a fotoperiodista de El Salvador por redes sociales. Cronica Viva 


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