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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 17 and 23 October, 2020.


‘Harassment’ of journalists: Global press bodies write to PM Modi (INDIAN EXPRESS)

PM Modi urged to tell States to drop sedition cases against journalists (THE HINDU)

Concern over sedition charges against journalists in India (DAWN)

Drop Sedition Cases Against Journos: Global Press Bodies to Modi (THE QUINT)

'Journalistic Work Cannot Be Equated To Sedition': Global Press Bodies Write To PM Modi (THE LOGICAL INDIAN)

Global Press Bodies Write To PM Modi Over ‘Harassment’ Of Journalists (HW ENGLISH)

Stop harassment of journalists, drop sedition cases against them, global press bodies tell Modi (SCROLL.IN)

International press bodies urge Modi to ensure withdrawal of sedition charges against journalists (INDIA NEWS STREAM)

IPI, IFJ urge Modi to prevent increasing use of sedition laws against journalists (DECAN HERALD)

The media have muted the voices of women during COVID-19: can the tide be turned? (THE CONVERSATION)

Netherlands Rules Journalists Exempt From Coronavirus Travel Restrictions (URDU POINT)

Sealing of English-language daily in Kashmir an 'act of vengeance' (ANADOLU AGENCY)


Clôture d’un atelier de formation de journaliste sur la sécurité numérique (AGENCE MAURITANIENNE D’INFROMATION)

Décret-loi 166: SaÏd met en garde contre les initiatives législatives visant à servir les intérêts des partis et des lobbies (KAPITALIS)


‘La Razón’, el diario generalista que implantará el teletrabajo tras la pandemia (PR NOTICIAS)

El teletrabajo llega al periodismo (EL DIARIO)

Julian Assange y el derecho de los pueblos a saber (PRESSENZA)

Carta de apoyo a la periodista Paola Ugaz (LA REPÚBLICA)

Ser mujer periodista (RADIO SANTO TOMÁS)

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