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IPI concerned about journalist’s arrest in Peru

His Excellency President Alberto Fujimori Palacio Nacional Lima Peru Vienna, 27 September 1993 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), representing over 2000 journalists and editors from leading newspapers, magazines, broadcasting organizations and news agencies in 68 countries, is most concerned about the arrest of Mr. Francisco Reyes Foyano, a journalist working for the daily […]

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IPI protests Australian journalist’s conviction

His Excellency Paul Keating Prime Minister of Australia Parliament House Canberra, ACT 2600 Australia Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI) protests most strongly at the conviction on 8 September 1993 of Ms. Deborah Cornwall, a journalist for the Sydney Morning Herald. We are informed that Ms. Cornwall was given a suspended sentence of two […]

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IPI protests the signing of two decrees limiting press freedom in Nigeria

His Excellency General Ibrahim Babangida President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Office of the President State House Abuja Nigeria Vienna, 19 August 1993 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), representing over 2000 journalists and editors from leading newspapers, magazines and broadcasting organizations and news agencies in 68 countries, protests most strongly at the […]

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IPI condemns the suspension of seven Zaire journalists

His Excellency Marshal Mobutu Sese Seko President of the Republic of Zaire Office of the President Mont Ngaliema Kinshasa Zaire Vienna, 12 August 1993 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), representing over 2000 journalists and editors from leading newspapers, magazines, broadcasting organizations and news agencies in 68 countries, condemns the suspension of seven journalists […]

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