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21 Apr 2020
The Turkish president seems to be using the coronavirus crisis as a pretext to get rid of the few critical media outlets left in his country. Opposition politicians and journalists fear a new spate of censorship.
19 Apr 2020
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12 Apr 2020
Activists and journalists worldwide have criticized the Swedish government for its failure to find Sajid Baloch. The exiled journalist, who reported on Pakistan's human rights violations, had sought asylum in Sweden.
11 Apr 2020
The global Covid-19 pandemic has affected all aspects of life, including fashion. Designers, events organisers and journalists around the world are now confined to their homes. Catwalk shows and fittings are distant memories. So how is the world of fashion coping in these strange times? And crucially, is there any point in dressing up under lockdown? FRANCE 24 put that last question to a selection of designers, from Berlin to Casablanca to Pointe-Noire. On a more serious note, some also told us how they
19 Mar 2020
Beijing has expelled 13 journalists from three major US newspapers in one of the country's biggest crackdowns on the foreign press. The decision comes after Chinese and US leaders feuded over the coronavirus pandemic.
19 Feb 2020
16 Jan 2020
Journalists in Iran speak out against censorship
5 Dec 2019
President of the Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick has criticised coach Gernot Rohr for publicly demanding for his salary. Pinnick who spoke to journalists in Delta state denied that the NFF is owing coach Gernot Rohr but the coach told journalists that the NFF is owing him three months salary.
9 Oct 2019
The majority of journalists and editors remain male. Although there have been considerable changes in the prospects for women working in the media in the past few decades, women are still noticeably in the minority in newsrooms.
29 Jul 2019
The Genesis Deluxe Cinema in Abuja’s Central Business District is remarkably busy. At 5 pm, a crowd of political and traditional leaders, researchers, civil society advocates, journalists, among a range of others flock to Ceddi Plaza’s second floor. Minutes later, one of the theatres is crammed, with the aisle and entrance also occupied by those who don’t mind standing.
22 Jul 2019
Press freedom advocates have called for more safeguards from legal attempts to silence journalists. Without them, such lawsuits will continue to pose "a threat to media freedom and public interest advocacy."
1 Jul 2019
Numerous journalists have been charged with revealing state secrets and questioned by France's intelligence services. French media fear that press freedom is at risk under President Emmanuel Macron.

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