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 04  to Friday 11  December:

1. Somalia: IFJ Condemns Murder of Female Journalist in a Car Bombing in Somalia

2. West Africa: FAJ Challenges Gambia Repressive Media Laws in Ecowas Court

3. Africa: IFJ Global Youth Survey

4. Turkey rebukes Council of Europe on Dündar, Gül imprisonment

5. Culture of impunity also seen in cases of missing journalists

6. Türkiye'den tutuklama savunması: Basın özgürlüğüyle ilgisi yok

7. La FAJ demande au Cameroun de libérer trois journalistes interpellés par le tribunal militaire

8. Selman agasaja a periodistas y comunicadores

9. Propuestas de la Federación de Sindicatos de Periodistas a los candidatos del 2D

10. « Journaliste, c’est donner une bonne information au public, rien d’autre »

11. Trois journalistes du quotidien BirGün ont été traduits en justice pour avoir publié en "une" un article intitulé "Erdogan: assassin et voleur"

12. Cameroun – Communication , Le Snjc exige l’application de la convention collective

13. Media responsibility in the age of terror

14. Turkey rebukes Council of Europe on Dndar Gl imprisonment

15. Gambian criminal laws challenged at ECOWAS Court of Justice

16. No end in sight for journalist Rasool as detention passes 100 days

17. Scribes’ sit-in today

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