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  • Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says - IFJ

    Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says 16 December 2013 Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) had today called for the end of all form of impunity in The Gambia. Today, Monday 16 December, marks the ninth anniversary of the assassination of Deyda Hydara, a prominent journalist, who was gunned ... by unknown assailants on 16 December, 2004. His

  • Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says - IFJ

    Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says News and Press Releases 16 December 2013 Impunity Must End in The Gambia, IFJ Says The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) had today called for the end of all form of impunity in The Gambia. Today, Monday 16 December, marks the ninth anniversary of the assassination

  • IFJ Calls on Iran to Face Test of Democracy: “Bring Killers of Photojournalist to Justice” - IFJ

    IFJ Calls on Iran to Face Test of Democracy: “Bring Killers of Photojournalist to Justice” News and Press Releases 15 July 2003 IFJ Calls on Iran to Face Test of Democracy: “Bring Killers of Photojournalist to Justice” The International Federation of Journalists today called on Iran to investigate the tragic death

  • IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 - IFJ

    IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 02 December 2011 IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011     On November 23 each year, the IFJ takes part in the International Day to End Impunity for crime targeting journalists.   The date was chosen to mark the second anniversary

  • IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 - IFJ

    IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 02 December 2011 IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011     On November 23 each year, the IFJ takes part in the International Day to End Impunity for crime targeting journalists.   The date was chosen to mark the second anniversary

  • IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 - IFJ

    IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011 News and Press Releases 02 December 2011 IFJ Launches Map of Journalists Killed in Asia-Pacific, 2009-2011     On November 23 each year, the IFJ takes part in the International Day to End Impunity for crime targeting journalists.   The date was chosen

  • IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif - IFJ

    IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif News and Press Releases 05 November 2014 IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif AFP PHOTOS / Roberto SCHMIDT Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Prime Minister of the Islamic State of Pakistan Islambad, Pakistan CC: Mr Masood Khan – Permanent Representative

  • IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif - IFJ

    IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif 05 November 2014 IFJ and SAMSN write to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif AFP PHOTOS / Roberto SCHMIDT Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Prime Minister of the Islamic State of Pakistan Islambad, Pakistan CC: Mr Masood Khan – Permanent Representative

  • Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media - IFJ

    Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media News and Press Releases 11 August 2016 Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media PHIL MOORE / AFP PHOTO IFJ President Philippe Leruth has called on Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza to put an end to the massive repression faced by the country’s media since May 2015. In a letter addressed

  • Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media - IFJ

    Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media 11 August 2016 Burundi: IFJ demands an end to massive repression of media PHIL MOORE / AFP PHOTO IFJ President Philippe Leruth has called on Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza to put an end to the massive repression faced by the country’s media since May 2015. In a letter addressed