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RSF Apr 17
🔴 ¦ RSF has unveiled its 2019 World Index: 1: Norway🇳🇴 2: Finland🇫🇮 3: Sweden🇸🇪 13: Germany🇩🇪 32nd: France🇫🇷 33: United Kingdom🇬🇧 48: United States🇺🇸 67: Japan🇯🇵 101: Lebanon🇱🇧 105: Brazil🇧🇷 179: North Korea🇰🇵 180: Turkmenistan🇹🇲
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Al Jazeera English Apr 18
According to 2019 World Index, here are the top 10 countries for journalists: 1 Norway🇳🇴 2 Finland🇫🇮 3 Sweden🇸🇪 4 Netherlands🇳🇱 5 Denmark🇩🇰 6 Switzerland🇨🇭 7 New Zealand🇳🇿 8 Jamaica🇯🇲 9 Belgium🇧🇪 10 Costa Rica🇨🇷 
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Balazs Csekö Apr 18
's position on World Press Freedom Index since PM Orbán took office with 2/3 majority: 2010: 23 2011/12: 40 2013: 56 2014: 64 2015: 65 2016: 67 2017: 71 2018: 73 2019: 87
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Roxanne Taylor Apr 18
A great way to stay on top of issues related to press freedom. Today the launched the Press Freedom Partnership newsletter offering readers a view of the latest issues affecting worldwide. Sign up today:
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United Nations 44m
Through their work, journalists foster transparency. Attacks on journalists are attacks on freedom of expression. Standing up for is standing up for democracy. via
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RSF East Asia Apr 17
has unveiled its 2019 World Index: 41st: South Korea 42nd: Taiwan 67th: Japan 70th: Mongolia 73rd: Hong Kong 177th: China 179th: North Korea Find out the others here →
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蔡英文 Tsai Ing-wen Apr 18
is the backbone of 's democracy. Yet, has been using to create discord in our society. I cannot allow it! At this critical juncture, my administration is battling to ensure our democratic way of life not only survives, but thrives.
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Inter Press Service 27m
Any objective assessment of the relationship between West Africa governments and media organisations will conclude that, but for a few exceptions, the outlook for in the sub-region is a bleak one
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CIMA Apr 22
CIMA's Research Manager quoted in this morning's article on in written by .
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DW Europe Apr 18
When it comes to world Norway tops the global ranking, North Korea is no longer the worst place on earth and 🇪🇺countries are experiencing a downward trend. For more on this 👉
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Susan Chira 9h
Another sad day for a freer press as two brave reporters in Myanmar denied justice: via ⁦
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Gilbert Rwabigwi 5h
Freedom of the press in Africa. (Source: 2019 World Index, Reporters Without Borders)
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Constantino Xavier Apr 20
Walking by these newspaper sellers I’m always reminded how India’s remains an exceptional and exemplary success worldwide.
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Dr. Courtney Radsch 9h
Dogged student journalists barred from covering school choice event saw an opportunity “to demonstrate our professionalism... that the job of a journalist is to chase the story by any means necessary"
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aponilapulapu 7h
correct the "REAL truth" is the only antidote not the subtly convoluted truth to promote one's agenda, the filipinos deserves better, than these self entitled so called "truth advocates" playing with the gullibility of most of our fellow countrymen.
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UNESCO Liaison Office to AU and ECA 8h
Professional capacity building of journalists is essential to avert media being a platform for divisive politics, hate speech and insensitive reporting.
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Rajat 🇮🇳 3h
India ranks 140 (from 138) out of 180 countries in World Press Freedom Index released by Reportor Without Border.
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Al Jazeera English Apr 18
Replying to @RSF_inter
... And here are the worst 10 countries for journalists according to 2019 World Index: 1 Turkmenistan 2 North Korea 3 Eritrea 4 China 5 Vietnam 6 Sudan 7 Syria 8 Djibouti 9 Saudi Arabia 10 Laos
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George Roussos 23h
Reporters Without Borders calls for the acquittal of two newspaper journalists in Turkish-recognized northern part of Cyprus who are facing up to five years in prison if convicted of insulting & defaming Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
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Chris Ball 8h
Important day in this ongoing fight for — VICE in court again today fighting an RCMP production order. Good luck to ⁦⁩ and team.
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