13/04/2018
 

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 6th of April to Friday 13th of April.

1.Opens external link in new window The International Federation of Journalists Accuses Israel of ‘Cover-up’. The Palestine Chronicle

2.Opens external link in new window IFJ condemns killing of Palestinian journalist by Israeli troops. Kuwait News Agency 

3.Opens external link in new window Haiti Police Arrest Suspects Who Say They Murdered Journalist Legagneur. By Sandra Lemaire, Voa News

4. Opens external link in new windowPeriodistas: FIP y FEPALC exigen garantías de vida y transparencia en comunicación. Crónica Viva.

5. Opens external link in new windowFIP exige justicia tras asesinato de periodista palestino en Gaza. Crónica Viva.

6. Opens external link in new windowLe journaliste de Gaza tué par Israël a été battu par le Hamas — médias. The Times of Israel.

7.Opens external link in new window « Gaza : un journaliste palestinien tué de sang-froid ». Témoignages

8. Opens external link in new windowRéactions molles face à Netanyahou. Gauchebdo

9.Opens external link in new window Palestinian journalist slain by IDF was vetted by US, State Department says. The Times of Israel.

10.Opens external link in new window International journalists’ body accuses Israel of ‘lies and cover-up’ over killing. Middle Easter Monitor.

11. Opens external link in new windowGaza journalists mourn colleague slain on duty while covering rally clashes. New China

12. Opens external link in new windowInternational Federation of Journalists condemns mob attack on MTV/ MBC head office. By Keshala Dias, News First.


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