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IPI calls for transparent investigation into killing of Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif

The IPI global network expresses its condolences to the family and colleagues of Arshad Sharif, prominent Pakistani journalist who was shot and killed by law enforcement in Kenya on October 24. We call for an independent and transparent investigation in order to determine the circumstances of his death.  Sharif, a former anchor with Pakistan’s ARY […]

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IPI to hold its second Annual Turkey Media Symposium in Izmir (Nov. 11)

Organized by the International Press Institute (IPI) Turkey National Committee and co-hosted by Izmir University of Economics on its campus in Izmir on November 11, 2022, IPI’s second annual Turkey Media Symposium, entitled “Media Economy and Financial Sustainability”, brought together a new generation of young journalists and journalism students from across Turkey with international and […]

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Italy: Prosecutor’s demands prison sentence for three journalists over factual reporting

The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins the undersigned media freedom and journalist associations in expressing shared shared concern over an Italian prosecutor’s request for a six-month prison sentence in a case of defamation through the press involving three journalists. The lawsuit had been filed in response to their reporting on a labour lawsuit associated […]

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Chad: Journalist killed amid anti-regime protests

The IPI global network condemns the killing of journalist Narcisse Oredje in Chad on October 20, 2022. Oredje worked for a private radio station owned by Cefod, a media training center for information and development in Chad. Authorities must fully investigate this killing and protect journalist safety amid the country’s ongoing anti-government protests. Oredje’s death […]

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