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. Read some of the news highlights from Friday 22nd to Friday 29th April: 1. Global media groups urge Timor-Leste PM to drop defamation case 2. FIP pide que prohíban atropellos a derechos de autor en medios 3. A daring escape: tortured journalist Alhagie Ceesay made it to Dakar 4. Croatian Journalists Association President Warns about Media Freedom in Croatia 5. Israel holding Palestinian journalist as terror suspect 6. Israel arrests Palestinian journalist en route to int'l conference 7. Release Journalist Dixit immediately: IFJ, CPJ 8. FNJ takes exception to CIAA detention of Dixit 9. IFJ demands Dixit’s immediate release 10. Int'l groups call for Dixit's prompt release 11. ‘Let’s fight together’: Hong Kong journalists welcome BBC Chinese service staff to city amid editorial independence fears 12. Le responsable du Syndicat des journalistes palestiniens arrêté alors qu'il se rendait à une conférence internationale 13. La FIP condena el arresto de un periodista palestino y pide a Netanyahu su liberación 14. FIP pide leyes que prohíban cláusulas abusivas de derechos de autor en medios 15. "Parcialmente libre", el periodismo en México: Freedom House 16. Inquiétude de journalistes palestiniens pour un confrère arrêté par Israël 17. Al Jazeera: Iraqi Authorities Have Shut Down Baghdad Bureau, Banned Journalists From Reporting in Country 18. Global press freedom plunges to 12-year low 19. L’Irak interdit Al-Jazeera sur son territoire 20. FeSP denuncia que los empresarios de los medios de comunicación se apropian de los derechos de autoría de los periodistas

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