07/07/2017
 

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 30th June to Friday 7th July:

1. Opens external link in new windowTurning up the heat on Europe's despots, by Cathal Sheerin, IFEX

2. Opens external link in new windowTrump tweets mock video of him beating CNN, sparks criticism, by Catherine Lucey (Associated Press), Trinidad Express

3. Opens external link in new windowHong Kong media censored and controlled during visit by Chinese president, IFEX

4. Opens external link in new windowTrump tweets mock video of him beating CNN, sparks criticism, Arab News

5. Opens external link in new windowLa Federación Internacional de Periodistas pide a Peña Nieto cumplir su promesa de protección, Proceso

6. Opens external link in new windowPide FIP a Peña, cumpla con medidas de protección a periodistas, Rio Doce

7. Opens external link in new windowFIP pide a EPN cumplir promesas de proteger a periodistas, Notisistema

8. Opens external link in new windowFIP exige protección para comunicadores en México, by Juan Manuel Zerpa, Ultimas Noticias

9. Opens external link in new windowSOLICITAN A EPN QUE CUMPLA PROMESAS SOBRE RESPALDO A PERIODISTAS, Ordenador Politico 

10. Opens external link in new windowLa Federación Internacional de Periodistas condena video de Trump contra CNN, NOTICIEROS TELEVISA

11. Opens external link in new windowOrganismos de prensa condenan ataques de Trump, El Universal

12. Opens external link in new windowCritican en el mundo a Trump por ataques contra prensa, UNO TV

13. Opens external link in new windowLa FIP pide a Peña Nieto cumplir su promesa de proteger a periodistas; "el escenario ha empeorado notablemente", acusa, Emeequis

14. Opens external link in new windowMuerde burocracia mil 600 mdp a IP / INE advierte sobre 2018 turbulento, Sin Embargo


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