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Pakistan: IPI condemns attack against news anchor Marvia Malik

The IPI global network strongly condemns the attack against Pakistani news anchor Marvia Malik, who was shot outside her home last month. We urge authorities to carry out a thorough investigation into this case to ensure those responsible for this attack are brought to justice. All journalists in Pakistan must be able to do their […]

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Analysis: Georgia ‘foreign agent’ law threatens media freedom and civil society

Thousands of Georgians this week have taken to the streets to protest a controversial proposed “foreign agent” law. The bill was passed on Tuesday in a first hearing with 76 MPs of the ruling Georgian Dream party voting in favor. Following the vote, police used water cannons, tear gas and what appeared to be pepper […]

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IPI solidarity ad campaign for #JournalistsInUkraine

On March 1, IPI launched a full-page ad in The Washington Post calling for solidarity with Ukraine’s journalists one year after the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion. March 1 marks the anniversary of the indiscriminate Russian missile attack on the Kyiv TV tower. The attack killed Yevhenii Sakun, a camera operator for the Ukrainian TV channel […]

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Portugal: Acquittal of journalists represents important legal victory for press freedom

The International Press Institute (IPI) today welcomes the court decision exonerating two experienced journalists over their reporting on a major judicial investigation into corruption as a vital legal victory for the freedom of the press in Portugal. On February 28, 2023, Carlos Rodrigues Lima, a journalist with Visão, and Henrique Machado, a reporter at TVI […]

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