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. Check all the international media coverage of IFJ, divided by language, in the period from 3 to 10 June 2022.


Journalism organizations urge Turkey to withdraw disinformation Bill – Ahval News

Sango hands over international press card to select state journalists – Eastern Sentinel

MJA expressed Maldivian journalists concerns at IFJ – The Edition

Bahrain elected to IFJ Executive Committee – Saudi Gazette

Israeli anti-torture body refers Israel to International Criminal Court – Middle East Eye

Ramos-Horta Challenges Pacific’s Biggest Threat to Media Freedom—China’s Gatekeepers – Indepth News

The role of Ukrainian journalists in a full-scale war is invaluable. – Ukrinform

‘Blood Comrades’ Issue Threats to Myanmar Media – VOA News

Britain Has Betrayed Afghan Refugees – Tribune

Arunachal scribe’s resolution against sedition law adopted at int’l conference – East Mojo

Blinken warns of threats to media freedoms in Latin America – I24 News

Taliban detain radio station heads, urged to stop targeting media workers – Radio Info

Fighting in Severodonetsk has ‘worsened,’ official says; Britain pledges rocket systems – The Washington Post

Julian Assange Awaits Extradition Ruling That Could be Imminent – New York The Sun

China snubs pacific media as islands navigate between continents – China Digital Times



Los EAU mantiene su puesto en la FIP – WAM

Gladbeck: El drama de los rehenes es el nuevo documental de Netflix – Mundiario

Los medios están lejos de la diversidad de voces. Las comunicadoras, bajo ataque y subrepresentadas. – Letra P



Presse : Motions votées au congrès mondial de la FIJ à Mascate (Oman) – Info du Jour

Pour la création d’une commission d’enquête internationale sur les circonstances de la mort de Shireen Abu Akleh – Le Soir

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