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Amnesty launches press freedom campaign, says Nigeria becoming harder for journalists

Amnesty launches press freedom campaign, says Nigeria becoming harder for journalists

Amnesty International (AI) has launched a campaign “to ensure the freedom of expression in the country”. While launching the campaign in Abuja on Thursday, AI also called on the federal
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Respect journalists’ rights in general elections, lawmaker urges political actors

The Chairman, House Committee on Information in the Enugu State House of Assembly, Mr Paul Nnajiofor has called on political actors in the state to respect journalists’ rights in coverage of the forthcoming elections.
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3 journalists shot as violence rocks Lagos APC rally

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Three journalists were on Tuesday shot at a rally organised for the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu. The rally was held at Skypower field, Ikeja, Lagos. Among those that were hit by the bullet were the group political editor of Nation newspaper, Emmanuel Oladesu, News Telegraph correspondent, Temitope […]
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Trump aide sets out ‘conditions’ for Syria pullout

US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser said Sunday that conditions such as guarantees on the safety of Kurdish allies must be met before American troops are withdrawn from Syria, NBC News said.
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Sudan journalists go on strike in support of protests

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An independent union of Sudanese journalists launched a strike Thursday in support of “legitimate” popular demands for freedom and democracy, the latest in a series of work stoppages and protests calling for longtime President Omar Bashir to step down. A union statement said the three-day strike is also a protest against authorities’ “barbaric” assault on […]
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IPC, EU train South-West journalists on election reporting

Ahead of the 2019 general election, the International Press Centre in partnership with the European Union has organised a 2-day workshop for 40 journalists in the south-west. The workshop, which held in Osogbo, the state capital of Osun State was tagged: “Best Practices and Professional Reporting of the Electoral Process.” In his welcome address, the […]
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