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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. Check all the international media coverage of IFJ, divided by language, in the period between 7 and 13 November.

The Repealed Criminal Libel Law: an Epoch of Media Emancipation in Sierra Leone (GUARDIAN POST NEWSPAPER)

UP Journalist 'Assaulted' for Covering Illegal Use of Machines in MNREGA Work (THE WIRE)

U.P. journalist assaulted by village Pradhan (THE HINDU)

Journalist brutally stabbed to death near Chennai (INDIGENOUS HERALD)

Julian Assange case could be deadly for journalism (CAMDEN NEW JOURNAL)

United States. “The Obama-Biden administration was the one that sued the most journalists” (PLEDGE TIMES)

Nagorny Karabakh: 7 Journalists Received Injuries (PROMOTE UKRAINE)

Editors Guild of India Mulls Sending Fact-Finding Teams To J&K, UP, Odisha (OUTLOOK INDIA)

Myanmar ruling party claims win as vote count continues (ANADOLU AGENCY)

IFJ Expresses Deep Concern Over Deteriorating Situation for Journalist Safety in Afghanistan (REPORTERLY)


Environnement: des journalistes formés sur le traitement de l’info sur le changement climatique (GUINEE 360)

Conakry : des journalistes en formation sur la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique (MOSAIQUE GUINEE)

Renforcement de capacités des journalistes sur la lutte contre le changement climatique. (LA GUINEENNE INFO)


México sigue siendo uno de los países más peligrosos del mundo para los periodistas: FIP (ETORNO POLITICO)

México es el país más letal para periodistas en el 2020: ONGS (MUGS NOTICIAS)

Periodismo, profesión de alto riesgo (ECUADOR TODAY)

El sindicato británico de periodistas amplía su campaña a favor de Assange (MUNDO SPUTNIK NEWS)

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