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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.

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 10th November to Friday 17th November.

1) « Dispute » et « crime passionnel » : comment les médias minimisent les violences envers les femmes. By Camille Wernaers, Axelle Magazine 

2) In the Land of Gandhi, journalists are still a prime target for murder. By Nava Thakuria, Asian Correspondent 

3) Peters targets journalistic privilege in court action. By Edward Gay, Radio New Zealand 

4) ECOWAS Court scheduled to rule on Gambia Vs African journalists. By Sanna Camara, The Point 

5) Voice of America fires three staff over explosive Guo Wengui interview. By Choi Chi-yuk, South China Morning Post 

6) Copyright Exceptions For Libraries Widespread, Study At WIPO Shows, But Disharmony Persists. By Catherine Saez, Intellectual Property Watch 

7) A creeping quiet in Indian journalism? By Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Huffingtonpost 

8) Béji Caïd Essebsi reçoit Philippe Leruth. Business News 

9) Tunisie: Caïd Essebsi reçoit le président de la Fédération internationale des journalistes (FIJ). By TAP, Maghreb Emergent 

10) Falta mucho por hacer en materia de libertad de expresión. By Samuel Sinaloa, Noticias Chihuahua 

11) In Honduras wurde erneut ein Journalist ermordet. By Von Pia Grund-Ludwig, Amerika21 


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