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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.

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Read some of the news highlights from Tuesday, November 5 to Friday, November 8 2019:

  1. Organizaciones buscan reducir la impunidad de crímenes contra periodistas en México, Metro Libre
  2. Las “benditas redes”, coliseos para defensores de la libertad de expresión, Chiapas paralelo
  3. ONG's exigen al gobierno de AMLO terminar con la estigmatización periodística, El sol de puebla
  4. Preocupa a ONG's falta de compromiso para atender agravios a periodistas, El universal
  5. FGR, omisa ante impunidad en crímenes contra periodistas: misión internacional, Contralinea
  6. Misión internacional en México alerta contra la "estigmatización" de la prensa por AMLO, Sputnik
  7. International journalist bodies descend on Mexico to demand action, Big news network
  8. Mexican government pressed to act on violence against journalists, Sierra Leone Times
  9. Mexican government declines to recognize freedom of expression crisis, IFEX
  10. Εκστρατεία ενημέρωσης της ΔΟΔ για τον τερματισμό της ατιμωρησίας των εγκλημάτων εναντίον των δημοσιογράφων, Real
  11. Justice needed for 12 journalists murdered in South Asia in 2019, IFEX
  12. Radio announcer shot dead in Dumaguete City, Yahoo News
  13. 2 suspects arrested in connection with Dumaguete City radio announcer’s killing, Coconuts Manila
  14. IFJ Includes Ukraine Among 5 Countries With Highest Levels Of Impunity For Crimes Against Journalists, Ukrainian news
  15. Somali Journalists Join the Rest of the World to Mark International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, Somali Affair
  16. Women journalists fight for equality, safety, Radio VOP

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