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Cameroon: IPI demands an investigation into the killing of Jean Jacques Ola Bebe

IPI condemns the killing of Cameroon journalist Jean Jacques Ola Bebe in early February and demands authorities investigate this incident, ensure justice, and address the deteriorating situation of the safety of journalists and press freedom in the country. The killing occurred less than two weeks after the murder of journalist Martinez Zogo, the director of […]

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IPI data: Putin’s war against Ukraine is also a war against the media

The International Press Institute (IPI) has documented more than 900 cases of physical attacks, censorship, harassment, arrests, and other press freedom violations in Russia and Ukraine since Putin’s full-scale war of aggression began one year ago. The vast majority of these attacks have been perpetrated by Russian forces or authorities, underscoring that Putin’s war against […]

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Slovakia: Press freedom groups to visit Bratislava for Ján Kuciak murder anniversary

Between 20 and 21 February 2023, a delegation of international media freedom organisations will conduct a joint mission to Bratislava to mark the five-year anniversary of the killing of Slovak investigative journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová. The aim of the mission is twofold. Firstly, to take part in the anniversary events and […]

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10 investigations shortlisted for IJ4EU Impact Award 2023

Ten investigations have been shortlisted for the IJ4EU Impact Award 2023, the latest annual prize of IPI’s Investigative Journalism for Europe programme for cross-border investigative reporting. Three winning teams will each get €5,000 in recognition of their work collaborating on stories that transcend national frontiers. Winners will be announced at an award ceremony in Leipzig, […]

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