IFJ in the News this week

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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 5th May to Friday 12th May: 1. Manchester and Salford NUJ holds benefit for exiled journalists, Salford Star 2. Attacks on journalists a big worry: IJU, Telangana Today   3. UNESCO marks Press Freedom Day, by Statesman News Service, The Statesman  4. Plight of journalists, by Sajad Bazaz, Greater Kashmir 5. Australian journalists striking for a full week after 125 jobs axed, by Max Walden, Asian Correspondent 6. Financial collapse of Bosnian public broadcaster imminent, MEPs warn, bne IntelliNews 7. AJK lawmakers suspect India preparing new crackdown in IOK, by MA Mir, The Express Tribune 8. Pakistani, Saudi TV channels banned by Indian authorities in IoK, by MA Mir/News Desk, The Express Tribune  9. Rave hospitality, but Indonesia fails West Papua with media freedom hypocrisy, by David Robie, Asia Pacific Report 10. Lazhari Labter, écrivain - journaliste: «La décennie noire a poussé l’élite au repli sur soi», by DDK, La Dépêche de Kabylie 11. Periodistas piden a la ONU dejar de acosar a Chechenia por supuesta persecución de gais, Sputnik Mundo 12. Países con mayor número de periodistas asesinados, Redacción ADN40

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