24/05/2018
 

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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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 18th of May to Friday 25th of May.

1. Opens external link in new windowPalestine Journalists Syndicate to prosecute Israel in ICC, Middle East Monitor

2. Opens external link in new windowWHO Bows to China Pressure, Contravenes Human Rights in Refusing Taiwan Media, By David Green, The News Lens International

3. Opens external link in new windowMOFA protests over Taiwan media exclusion from WHA, Focus Taiwan News Channel

4. Opens external link in new windowAfghan media’s “deadliest day” exposes the resolve, resilience and vulnerability of its journalists, By Shadi Khan Saif, Equal Times

5. Opens external link in new windowDespite Exclusion, Taiwan Lodges Protest at UN World Health Assembly, By Paul Huang, The Epoch Times

6. Opens external link in new windowFiji Times Four ‘relieved’ sedition newspaper freedom ordeal is over, By Pacific Media Watch, Asia Pacific Report

7. Opens external link in new windowRight to express, Pakistan Today

8. Opens external link in new windowTaiwan condemns WHA’s media ban, Taipei Times

9. Opens external link in new windowInt'l press body condemns arrest of journalists in Libya, Kuwait News Agency

10. Opens external link in new windowInternational Group Demands Release of Journalists Detained in Libyan Capital, By Jamal Jawhar, Asharq Al-Awsat English

11. Opens external link in new windowJournalistic Community Slams Kiev's Ban on Russian media, Sputnik International


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