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 Monday 11 to Friday 15th January:

1. Two Iraqi broadcast journalists shot dead by masked men

2. Turkey responds to CoE on Keneş, admits journalist arrested for continuing to post tweets

3. Journalists to protest Polish media law in Brussels on January 13

4. FIP expresa preocupación por ley de medios en Argentina

5. Plaidoyer pour intégrer le genre dans les médias

6. Polish president urged not to sign controversial media law

7. Council of Europe urges Poland to scrap new media law

8. EU steps up pressure on Poland over Constitutional Law Row

9. Pakistan arrests suspects in media staff murder

10. 112 periodistas fueron asesinados en 2015

11. Poland invites EU for talks over new media laws

12. L’évolution de la Pologne inquiète l’Europe

13. IFJ decries risks to Middle East journalists

14. Detained without trial: Hunger striking Palestinian journalist's health deteriorating in Israeli jail

15. VRT en andere openbare zenders EU solidair met Poolse collega's

16. EU plays down spat with Poland over fears of inflaming Euroskeptics

17. Iraq in 2015: the Deadliest Country for Journalists and Media-Professionals

18. 2015, año mortífero para los periodistas

19. La Federación Internacional de Periodistas, preocupada por la violación a la libertad de prensa en Argentina

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