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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. Check all the international media coverage of IFJ, divided by language, in the period between 5 and 12 February, 2021


UNESCO supports continent-wide digital platform on the safety of journalists in Africa (INDIA EDUCATION DIARY)

Alarming notification within Council of Europe on situation around media freedom in Ukraine (112 NEWS)

Police drop case against photographer at Kent barracks protest (THE GUARDIAN)

Internet Shutdowns Plague and Paralyse Parts of India (THE LEAFLET)

Charges dropped against Kent protest photographer as Culture Sec grilled on press freedom (PRESS GAZETTE)

Muzzling the media: How the Modi regime continues to undermine the news landscape (FRONTLINE)

Digital Brief, powered by Facebook: Europol’s Big Data, EU robotics plans, 5G cyber certificates (EURACTIV)

Gender based violence against female journalists: "Harassment should never be part of the job" (SVJMEDIA)


L’UNESCO soutient la plateforme numérique continentale pour la sécurité des journalistes en Afrique (UNESCO)

Le nouvel horizon des médias africains (MONDAFRIQUE)

Démolition de la villa du Super Ebony 2009: L'intersyndicale des médias prend position (INFORMATEUR)

Accusation De Viol Présumé Contre Sonko: L’appel Du Synpics (DAKAR PRIVEE)

Pétition pour que Bruxelles adopte Assange : Pascale Vielle revient sur cette initiative (AGORA VOX)


Más de un centenar de periodistas muertos revela otro drama del covid en Perú (SWISSINFO)

Periodismo en Egipto: liberado el reportero de Al-Jazeera Mahmoud Hussein (PERIODISTAS EN ESPAÑOL)

La libertad de prensa en España: vulnerada en tribunales (PROCESO)

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