IFJ in the news this 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 from Friday 22nd July to Friday 29th July:

1. Snowden working on smartphone anti-surveillance de-vice

2. SONA 2016: A guide for kids 

3. Mass arrests, sackings of journalists and magazine banned in Turkish crackdown on press freedom 

4. Int’l group ‘cautiously welcomes’ Duterte EO on FOI 

5. Media targeted in Turkey's post coup crackdown 

6. Photojournalist shot dead by Isis while filming Libyan clashes 

7. Int'l Journalist Federations Decry Attack on Democracy in Turkey Media Purge 

8. EU Must Hold Erdogan 'Accountable' for Post-Coup Rights Violations

9. Photojournalist shot dead by Isis while filming Libyan clashes 

10.  Les médias, cibles de choix des purges en Turquie

11. La purge des médias turcs

12. Médias et journalistes, cibles de choix des purges en Turquie

13. Le «grand ménage» dans la presse turque continue

14. Turquie: le gouvernement finalise un remaniement d'ampleur de l'armée

15. Mandats d'arrêt contre 47 ex-employés du quotidien Zaman

16. Les médias, cibles de choix des purges en Turquie

17. L’Europe doit demander des comptes à la Turquie 

18. 47 nouveaux mandats d'arrêt à l'encontre de journalistes 

19. EU Must Hold Erdogan 'Accountable' for Post-Coup Rights Violations


EU Must Hold Erdogan 'Accountable' for Post-Coup Rights Violatio

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