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.


Read some of the news highlights from Friday, August 30th to Friday, September 6th 2019:

1. Hong Kong a ‘test for European leadership’, trade unions say, Euractiv

2. Contrary to Serbian government's claims, fact-checking initiative shows that journalists are far from being ‘all safe’, Global Voices

3. International Federation of Journalism condemns journalists’ arrest in Zimbabwe, The Zimbabwe Mail

4. Tanzanian Journalist’s Lawyer Presses for Trial, Voice of America

5. Tanzanian lawyers urge speedy trial, medical help for prominent jailed journalist, Euronews

6. Press Groups: Bill to Revise Indonesia’s Criminal Code Threatens Democracy, Benar News

7. Global Journalist Union Urges Pakistan To Probe Murder Of Gang Crime Reporter, UrduPoint

8. Int'l Federation Of Journalists Condemns Attacks On Reporters During Hong Kong Protests, UrduPoint

9. Draconian, undemocratic and a human-rights violation: David Kaye, UN rights-expert, on Kashmir, The Caravan

10. Le quatrième pouvoir, c’est vous, L'Orient le Jour

11. Environnement : les journalistes congolais échangent sur le climat à Brazzaville, ADIAC

12. La FAPE condena el asesinato del periodista hondureño Edgar Joel Aguilar y exige que se haga justicia con los autores, La Vangardia

13. Los periodistas españoles denuncian la "política de exterminio de periodistas en México" tras el último asesinato, Europa Press

14. Ángels Barceló no debería darle los buenos días a Rosa Màrquez, Público












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