IFJ in the News this week

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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. 

Read some of the news highlights from Friday 23th June to Friday 30th June:

1. Under attack. Press freedom in the Caribbean threatened - official warns,  by Marlon Madden, Barbados Today 

2. Europe tour of NHRC team from today, by Mohammed Osman, The Peninsula

3. Warning over attacks on media, by Antoinette Connell, Nation News

4. Journalists in S Asia not safe, The Financial Express

5. Journalists Increasingly Unsafe in the Indian Subcontinent, by Nava Thakuria, Telesur TV

6. Creation of Journalists Trade Union in Armenia to help searching solutions for several problems, Armenpress

7. Al Jazeera English chief says Saudi-led ultimatum is most serious threat channel has faced, by Dominic Ponsford, Press Gazette

8. Diplomatic war in the Gulf: More than fifty journalists from other Gulf countries working for Al Jazeera in Doha are losing their citizenship!?, by Munir Podumljak and Kristina Markalaus, translation by Matea Matić, Fair Press 

9. NHRC to hire Swiss law firm for 'siege' cases, Gulf Times  

10. Rights groups, Qataris slam Gulf terms and embargo, Daily Sabah Mideast

11. Rights groups, Qataris react to Gulf embargo, ultimatum, Anadolu Agency 

12. Qatar- Europe tour of NHRC team from today, MENAFN

13. Periodistas españoles llaman a proteger a sus colegas mexicanos, Deutsche Welle

14. Trabajadores de Últimas Noticias introdujeron reclamo ante Inspectoría del Trabajo, by Redacción Runrun.es

15. VENEZUELA: Empleados del Últimas Noticias denuncian irregularidades en el contrato colectivo, Entorno Inteligente

16. Empleados de Últimas Noticias reclaman derechos ante Inspectoría del Trabajo, Entorno Inteligente


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