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.

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 Monday 2nd of July to Friday 6th of July.

1. The Irish Times view on the Capital Gazette murders: An attack on the free press. The Irish Times

2. Democracy needs a free media. The Daily Mirror

3. IFJ concerned over killing journalists in Asia-Pacific. Rising Kashmir News

4. Threats to scribes are omnipresent now. The Milli Gazette

5. Cambodia's government claims upcoming election will be free, fair and plural—but civil society says otherwise. Global Voice

6. Maryland journalists killed in pursuit of truth. The Red Deer Express

7. The Irish Times view on Leo Varadkar’s criticism of the media: Trivialising Trumpism. The Irish Times

8. Detention of Sputnik Latvia's Senior Editor Violates Press Freedom - IFJ Chief. The Sputnik News

9. Nauru bans Australian Broadcasting Corporation from Pacific Islands Forum. IFEX

10. Is the censorship machine coming? Plus good LGBTQI+ news in Poland. IFEX

11. EU assistance for Western Balkans’ Public Service Media. The European Western Balkans

12. Politicians should have more respect for media. The Irish Examiner

13. European Parliament Strongly condemns the grave violations of freedomof expression against Somalia's free and independent trade unions. Suna Times

14. IFJ applauds historic European Parliament resolution condemning human rights violations in Somalia. Suna Times

15. Journalists' murder in largest democracies: Those working in conflict zones not alone in facing the brunt. Counterview

16. Int'l press body calls on Houthis to release kidnapped journalist. Kuwait News Agency


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