'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 for last week, from Monday 6th to Sunday 12th April:

1. Chinese government threaten to shut down news service

2. IFJ condemns intimidation of Tamil Journalists in Sri Lanka

3. TV5 Monde : les affiliés français de la FIJ et de la FEJ dénoncent une attaque contre la liberté d’expression

4. Death Threats Over Tikrit Coverage Force Reuters' Baghdad Bureau Chief To Flee Iraq; Latest Sign Violence Against Journalists Is Rising

5. UN tribunal puts journalists on trial

6. Al menos 118 periodistas murieron en 2014, según la FIP

7. Somalia: IFJ Condemns a Terror Attack Against a Somali Union Leader

8. IFJ concerned over possible censorship of TV content in Pakistan

9. IFJ welcomes probe into murder of six newsmen

10. Four charged for Bangladeshi blogger murder

11. Worldwide Journalists to discuss peaceful unification in Korea

12. IFJ welcomes formation of tribunals to probe journalists’ killing

13. The U.N.’s tribunal in Lebanon has cost millions and made no arrests. Now the journalists are on trial

14. Africa: IFJ and FAJ Demand Release of Journalist and Lawyer Jailed in Swaziland

15. IFJ urges warring parties in Yemen to end attacks on journalists

16. Africa: IFJ Joins Call for End to Human Rights Violations in Central African Republic

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