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Twenty-nine British journalists blacklisted from entering Russia

The IPI global network condemns the Russian government’s travel ban on 29 members of the British press, including reporters from The Guardian, Independent, and the BBC.  The journalists were included on a wider list of 49 UK citizens that Russian authorities have banned from entering the country. Russian authorities have framed the move as a […]

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Brazil: British journalist Dom Phillips missing in Amazon

The IPI global network calls on Brazilian authorities to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the disappearance of British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who went missing last week from one of the most remote corners of the Amazon.  Phillips and Pereira were last seen on June 5 in the […]

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Palestinian journalist Ghufran Harun Warasneh shot and killed

The IPI global network strongly condemns the killing of Palestinian journalist Ghufran Harun Warasneh who was shot dead by Israeli forces on June 1 in the occupied West Bank. Warasneh was killed at an Israeli checkpoint near the Al-Arroub refugee camp as she commuted to her job at a radio station in the city of […]

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Increased attempts to silence Poland’s free media through lawsuits (Gazeta Wyborcza)

This piece is published in collaboration with Gazeta Wyborcza as part of a content series on threats to independent media in Central Europe. Read more. The article is also available to read on Gazeta Wyborcza’s website. Threatening to take the Gazeta Wyborcza to court, Piotr Woyciechowski, a close associate of the former Minister of National Defense […]

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