10/11/2017
 

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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TOP NEWS, Africa, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Arab World, AFRICA, Campaigns, Reports, Events

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 3rd November to Friday 10th November.

1) Opens external link in new windowShrinking freedoms. By Ujjwal Acharya, My Republica 

2) Opens external link in new windowIFJ Slams Ukraine Over Expulsion of Russian Journalist. Sputnik 

3) Opens external link in new windowAttackers storm Shamshad TV station in Kabul. By Ehsan Popalzai and Euan McKirdy, CNN 

4) Opens external link in new windowIFJ expresses concern over Sri Lankan government blocking news website. Colombo Page 

5) Opens external link in new windowParameters of freedom of expression. By Malik Muhammad Ashraf, PakistanToday 

6) Opens external link in new windowLe pluralisme de la presse francophone est-il menacé ? RTBF

7) Opens external link in new windowNorsk-irakisk journalist (57) fengslet i Irak. By Synnøve Gjerstad, TV2 

8) Opens external link in new windowNorsk-irakisk journalist fengslet i Irak. By David Vojislav Krekling & Louise Thommessen, NRK 

9) Opens external link in new windowDelte trussel-erfaringer på konferanse. By Ida Gjellerud, Fagpressenytt 

10) Opens external link in new windowNorsk-irakisk journalist fengslet i Irak. ABC Nyheter 

11) Opens external link in new windowANP asume presidencia de Federación de Periodistas de América Latina. Cronica Viva 

12) Opens external link in new windowLa FIP pone en marcha una campaña de lucha contra la impunidad de los crímenes contra periodistas. La Vanguardia 

13) Opens external link in new windowUnión de Periodistas de Rusia: Ucrania viola libertad de expresión. Sputnik Mundo 


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