'IFJ in the News' Last Week

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 for last week, from Monday 12 to Friday 16 of January:

1. Press freedom watchdogs condemn verdict on Macedonian journalist

2. The IFJ and the EFJ Call the Macedonian Authorities for the Immediate Release of Journalist Kezarovski

3. Turkey censors Charlie Hebdo cartoons

4. Journalist recovers after anti-Charlie demo shot

5. Charlie Hebdo. Violentes manifestations dans le monde musulman

7. 2014 report: Pakistan most dangerous country for journalists, says IFJ

8. Philippine journalists’ union makes bodies from newspapers to commemorate Ampatuan massacre

9. IFJ congratulates new Sri Lankan president, urges media freedom

10. Journalism After Charlie Hebdo

11. Charlie Hebdo, quand le dessinateur Luz croque la FIJ

12. Charlie Hebdo: la FIJ et la FEJ en première ligne à la manifestation de Paris

13. National Union of Journalists join tributes in Paris

14. Charlie Hebdo, the free press and racism

15. L’Océanie aussi est Charlie

16. Nous sommes tous Charlie: defending freedom of expression around the world 

17. IFJ condemns decision to give bail to key Ampatuan clan member

18. La liberté de la presse menacée dans leur pays, pourtant ils défilent à Paris

19. The IFJ and EFJ lead the Paris Charlie Hebdo protest

20. Cops arrest suspect in tabloid reporter’s killing

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