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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.

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Read some of the news highlights from Saturday, March 30th to Friday, April 5th 2019:

1) Arab Civil Society parallel summit to Arab League in Tunis, ANSAmed

2) "Malaysiakini" interns assaulted by political party leaders, IFEX

3) Turkey condemned for deportation of journalist, People’s world

4) Africa: Launching of a New Tool for Safety in News Organisations, allAfrica

5) Gambia: Government Cancels Journalists Screening Process Following IFJ and GPU Complaints, allAfrica

6) Trinity College society denies initiation ceremony was bullying, The Times

7) ‘Journalism is Threatened by Populist Governments, the Corporate World’, The Irrawaddy

8) Media moves: Jacaranda FM Good Morning Angels fundraisers on the road, Emmiraan Swartz leaves Hectic on 3, IRR launches Daily Friend, The Media Online

9) Newsroom safety self-assessment resource launched, IFEX

10) Student society demands apology for ‘hazing’ story, The Times

11) IFJ concerned over forced disappearance of journalist Matloob Hussain, The International News

12) Llueven críticas al gobierno de Filipinas por arresto de periodista, Pulso

13) Cumbre de sociedad civil denuncia retraso y falta de libertad en mundo árabe, La Vanguardia

14) Piden a Caputova que no quede impune el asesinato del periodista Kuciak, La Vanguardia

15) 6ème jour de sit-in : la FIJ soutient les revendications des journalistes et employés de Shems FM, shemsfm.net

16) Le personnel de la radio Shems FM toujours en sit-in ouvert, Espace Manager

17) Atelier d’évaluation de la formation des journalistes pendant la période électorale, ACP Média Public

 

 

 

 

 

 

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