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Mali: IPI condemns killing of journalist, abduction of two others by insurgent group

The IPI global network condemns the killing of journalist Abdoul Aziz Djibrilla, and the abduction of two others, on November 7, by an insurgency group in northern Mali.  Djibrilla was working for the local media outlet Naata de Labbezanga in Mali’s Kidal region,  the epicenter of violence wrought by two main insurgency groups the Islamic […]

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Italy: MFRR partners condemn pressure on RAI presenter Sigfrido Ranucci

The International Press Institute (IPI) today joins its partners in the Media Freedom Rapid Response (MFRR) in condemning the recent summoning of Radiotelevisione Italiana (RAI) presenter Sigfrido Ranucci by the Parliamentary Committee for the general direction and supervision of radio and TV broadcasting. We see this summons as another intimidation practice targeting an independent investigative […]

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Africa Media Monitoring October 2023: Threats to press freedom in Ghana, Mozambique

In October 2023, IPI documented 29 threats to press freedom in 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The category of “physical, verbal, and online attacks” registered the highest number of threats. The violations and threats in October involved 46 male and 12 female journalists. State actors remain the main perpetrators, responsible for more than 82% of […]

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The Outlook: Building investigative news products amid turbulent news cycles

This text comes from IPI’s newsletter The Outlook. Click here to sign up to receive future editions direct to your inbox. This is The Outlook, IPI’s media innovation newsletter, where we take a look at tools and strategies for innovation, and learn from newsrooms that are implementing them. In this edition, we’re rethinking strategies for building […]

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