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Slovakia: IPI welcomes second conviction in Kuciak murder case

The International Press Institute (IPI) today welcomed the sentencing of the gunman who admitted to murdering Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, to 23 years in prison. Former solider Miroslav Marček plead guilty in court in January, testifying that he shot Kuciak on February 21, 2018 at the home he and Kušnírová […]

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How IPI members are facing the COVID-19 challenge: India

Kavita Bundelkhandi, Editor, Khabar Lahariya, India As reporters who have worked in media-barren regions of rural north India for 18 years, we have been covering the everyday lives of the poor and marginalized. Health crises are not new to us. The first challenge for us covering COVID19, therefore, was understanding the very nature of this […]

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الإجراءات الطارئة لمكافحة كوفيد-١٩ يجب ألا تُستخدم لكبح حريات الصحافة

Read this in English حثّ المعهد الدولي للصحافة، وهو شبكة عالمية معنية بحقوق الصحفيين ومكونة من كبار الصحفيين والمحررين ومديري الصحف والقنوات الإعلامية حول العالم ومقرها الرئيسي في فيينا اليوم، حكومات الدول حول العالم على الاعتراف بالدور المهم للصحافة المستقلة في ظل تفشي فيروس كورونا ومنع اتخاذ الإجراءات الطارئة لمحاربة المرض كوسيلة لمراقبة الصحافة الإلكترونية […]

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Three Serbian journalists reporting on COVID-19 issues arrested in one week

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom today criticized the arrest of three journalists in Serbia in the space of a week and called on authorities to ensure the COVID-19 pandemic does not hamper the ability of the media to report freely. On April […]

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