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 20 to Friday 27 November:

1. Trabajadores de prensa piden correcta categorización para evitar perjuicio salarial

2. Tunisia: IFJ Denounces Use of Anti-Terrorism Law Against Tunisian Media

3. La FIJ accuse le gouvernement tunisien de museler la presse

4. La FIJ inquiète face au recours du gouvernement tunisien à la loi antiterroriste pour museler la presse

5. La Fédération internationale des Journalistes dénonce le recours à la loi antiterroriste pour museler la presse

6. Presse tunisienne : La FIJ dénonce le recours à la loi antiterroriste

7. Zuliana Lainez Otero: "Un periodista como tal se debe a la gente, ni siquiera se debe a la empresa"

8. La FIP lanza campaña repudiando la violencia contra mujeres periodistas

9. Periodismo en 4G

10. Anthony Bellanger: El periodista es el “perro guardián” de la democracia

11. Who Is Jailing and Torturing Palestinian Journalists?

12. Hollywood event pays tribute to slain journalists

13. AMPATUAN MASSACRE | NUJP: Six years, Zero Justice

14. Reporting, fighting impunity

15. Justice remains elusive six years after the 2009 Ampatuan massacre 

16. Convicted Chinese journalist granted medical parole

17. Fil-Am groups raise funds for journalists’ kids

18. Over 1,000 media representatives killed in line of duty in past ten years

19. Sex år efter journalistmassakern på Filippinerna – ännu ingen dömd

20. ¿Quién está encarcelando y torturando a periodistas palestinos?

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