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.

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Read some of the news highlights from Saturday 2nd to Friday 8th of February 2019.

  1. Journalists, institutions decry 'absurd legal attack' against Rappler, Rappler
  2. Society suffers every time a journalist is killed — int'l media group, Philippine Star
  3. South Asia Among the Deadliest Regions for Media Workers, Journalists' Body Finds, The Wire
  4. GJA to name Investigative Journalist of the Year award after Ahmed, Graphic Online
  5. Indian journalists wear helmets and here is why, Anadolu Agency
  6. J&K Police Files Chargesheet Against Journalist Accused of Sheltering Militants, The Wire
  7. At Least 95 Journalists, Media Staff Killed Worldwide In 2018 - IFJ Report, Urdu Point
  8. J&K: Charge-sheet filed against journalist accused of sheltering militants, The Week
  9. Be Safety Conscious During Elections Coverage – NUJ Ex-Secretary, Leadership
  10. Washington Post to air Super Bowl ad showcasing reporters' plight, Al Jazeera
  11. Saudi teenager granted asylum in Canada, Palestinian journalists 'collateral victims' and 26 Bahrainis stripped of citizenship, IFEX
  12. There are no words, Inquirer
  13. EU votes to recognize Venzuela‘s Guaido as de-facto president, Augusta Review
  14. UNIFOR's fight against GM Oshawa closure continues to build -- RadioLabour, Rabble
  15. Yemeni cameraman killed and journalist wounded in bomb attack, IFEX
  16. Filing terror charges against journalist Aasif Sultan without evidence undermines press freedom in Kashmir: CPJ, Free Press Kashmir
  17. De la impunidad de los crímenes contra periodistas: la lista 2018 de la FIP, Periodistas en español
  18. El Sindicato de Periodistas de Andalucía convoca el XII Premio Internacional de Periodismo Julio Anguita Parrado, Europa Press
  19. Seis reporteros enfrentados a los recuerdos del conflicto armado, El Espectador
  20. Juramentaron nuevos socios de la ANP Iquitos, Pro y Contra
  21. Federaciones de periodistas critican borrador de directiva de derechos autor, La Vanguardia
  22. 95 journalistes ont été tués dans le monde en 2018, La Dépêche
  23. Abdoulaye Diallo : « Vingt ans après l’assassinat de Norbert Zongo, s’il y a un domaine dont on peut être fier, c’est celui des médias », Le Grand Soir

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