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IPI urges fair trial for Angolan journalists

Angola must uphold journalist Rafael Marques’s right to a fair trial, the International Press Institute (IPI) said today after a court placed restrictions on Marques’s ability to defend himself against spurious criminal insult charges. Marques, who runs the anti-corruption news website Maka Angola, is accused together with fellow journalist Mariano Brás Lourenço of “outrage to […]

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IPI’dan Nedim’e Mektup: Güçlü kal

Uluslararası Basın Enstitüsü’nün (IPI) de aralarında yer aldığı yedi uluslararası basın özgürlüğü grubu, iki yıla yakın zamandır Van Cezaevi’nde hücre hapsinde tutulan gazeteci Nedim Türfent’e destek mektubu yolladı.

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IPI to jailed journalist Nedim Türfent: Stay strong

Seven international and local press freedom groups, including the International Press Institute (IPI), have sent a letter of support to imprisoned Turkish-Kurdish journalist Nedim Türfent, who has been held in solitary confinement in Turkey’s Van Prison for nearly two years. “As long as you show this valuable solidarity, hope will always continue to remain in my […]

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Ismail Alexandrani: Another critical voice silenced in Egypt

As part of its #PressEgypt campaign, the International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, reporters and media executives, calls on Egypt to release Ismail Alexandrani, a freelance journalist, researcher and social scientist who has been held in pre-trial detention without charges since 2015. Alexandrani is the pen name of Ismail Al Sayed Mohamed Omar […]

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