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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.

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 13th October to Friday 20th October.

1) Ban on Distribution of Arunachal Times by Local Body Undermines Press Freedom, Says IFJ. The Wire

2) China criticised for failing to grant Hong Kong journalists and media outlets access to key Congress meeting. By Karen Cheung, Hong Kong Free Press

3) Africa: Somalia - Terror Attack Kills One Journalist and Injures Five. AllAfrica

4) Hundreds demand justice for slain Malta journalist. Gulf Times

5) The Chronicle Herald: the chronicle of a long industrial dispute in defence of the press. By Anthony Bellanger, Equal Times

6) Malta in shock after car bomb kills crusading journalist. By Andrew Rettman, EuObserver

7) Killing of Maltese journalist sends shockwaves across the European Union. Merco Press

8) Asserting Media Person’s Rights in India. By Nava Thakuria, The Seoul Times

9) Journalistenverenigingen en Europese Commissie veroordelen moord op Maltese blogster. Metro

10) Mediamens' rights reasserted. By Nava Thakuria, Merinews

11) Organizații ale jurnailiștilor cer anchetă amănunțită a asasinării jurnalistei implicate în ancheta Panama Papers. Journalul

12) EU zgrožena nad smrtjo malteške novinarke. Primorske

13) Presse : Guillaume Gbato défend les journalistes ivoiriens en Belgique. Abidjan

14) Federaciones de periodistas condenan el asesinato de la reportera Daphne Caruana en Malta. SinEmbargo

15) Asesinaron a una periodista que investigó los Panamá Papers. El Sol

16) La evasión fiscal, su última investigación. La Voz

17) Indigna a malteses asesinato de reconocida periodista. Gaceta

18) Federaciones de periodistas condenan el asesinato de reportera en Malta. El Mundo de Cordoba

19) La UE condena el asesinato de la periodista maltesa Daphne Caruana que investigaba los 'Papeles de Panamá'. RTVE

20) Explota coche de la periodista Daphne Caruana. La Prensa

21) Atentan por cuarta vez contra periodista falconiano. By Irene Revilla, El Universal


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