09/10/2017
 

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 29th September to Friday 6th October.

1) Opens external link in new windowIndia, always risky for journalists, has suddenly turned more dangerous following a murder. By Napur Anand, Quartz India 

2) Opens external link in new windowSerbia, the state against independent media. By Antonela Riha, OBC Transeuropa 

3)Opens external link in new window Somalia: IFJ Urges UN Human Rights Council to Act to Stop Rights Crisis. All Africa 

4) Opens external link in new windowInternational Federation of Journalists urges UN to act on Somalia. Ekklesia 

5) Opens external link in new windowIndia: Journalists on Edge. By Nava Thakuria, Asia Sentinel 

6) Opens external link in new windowHotspot – Hong Kong. By Klaus Dodds, Geographical 

7) Opens external link in new windowInternational and European Federations of Journalists call for release of Roman Sushchenko. Ukrinform 

8) Opens external link in new windowAMWJU to stage sit-in today over scribes' safety. E-pao  

9) Opens external link in new windowTripura bleeds to erode NE journo-murder index. By Nava Thakuriam, Asian Tribune 

10) Opens external link in new windowFacebook fears, parliamentary brawls & SDGs: September in Africa. IFEX 

11) Opens external link in new windowReasserting Media Rights In India – OpEd. By Nava Thakuria, Eurasia Review 

12) Opens external link in new windowPolice launch investigation after threatening letters sent to Hong Kong Free Press staff. Hong Kong Free Press 

13) Opens external link in new windowSeptembre en Afrique : la peur de Facebook en Afrique de l'Ouest, les bagarres rangées au Parlement, le droit à l'information et les ODD. IFEX

14) Opens external link in new windowLa qualité de l’information, un défi et un enjeu fondamental en Haïti. Alter Presse

15) Opens external link in new window"Le signe d'une démocratie qui ne veut pas progresser". Clicanoo

16) Opens external link in new windowLa Federación Internacional de Periodistas pide respeto para los medios en Cataluña. Eldiario 

17) Opens external link in new windowAsesinan a un periodista en el centro de México, el undécimo del año. Correo del Orinoco 

18) Opens external link in new windowFarsa, decepción y esperanza: Europa y Asia Central en septiembre, Parte 1. IFEX 

19) Opens external link in new windowEl Gobierno rechaza extraditar a Turquía al periodista Yalçin por asilado. El Periodico 

20) Opens external link in new windowEl periodista Hamza Yalçin regresa a casa. Periodistas en Espanol 

 

 


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