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Ghana: Four years later, still no justice for murder of journalist Ahmed Suale

The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of publishers, editors and journalists, reiterates its call on authorities in Ghana to speed up investigations into the 2019 murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Suale and to bring those responsible to justice. Failure to do so undercuts commitments by the administration of President Nana Akufo Addo to […]

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UK: IPI joins global media freedom concern about National Security Bill

The International Press Institute (IPI) joined a group of global journalism and media freedom organisations in raising concern about the National Security Bill currently before the UK Parliament in a letter to The Times newspaper in London. IPI Executive Director Frane Maroević joined the letter signed by 39 representatives from global media freedom and journalism […]

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Pakistan: Press freedom remains under strain

The election of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in April 2022 brought initial hopes for an improved climate for press freedom in Pakistan, however the country’s journalists continue to face physical attacks, harassment, and arrests, according to data collected by IPI on press freedom violations in Pakistan between April and September of 2022. IPI documented at […]

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India: Journalists face attacks, legal harassment, censorship

Journalists in India face physical violence, censorship, legal harassment, and arrests, according to data collected by IPI on press freedom violations in India between April and September of 2022.  IPI identified 83 press freedom violations in India during this six-month monitoring period, as the alarming deterioration of press freedom since the nationalist conservative Bharatiya Janata […]

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