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20 journalists among those killed in Colombia plane crash

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What journalists need to know about the Snoopers' Charter

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Webinar: Turkish journalists under attack

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Fundamental values at stake as press freedom restricted in Europe and beyond

The International News Safety Institute is devastated to hear about the deaths of 71 people, including 20 journalists, in Monday's plane crash in Colombia.

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The so-called Snoopers' Charter, the Investigatory Powers Bill, has passed into law in the United Kingdom, giving the government wide-ranging authority to intercept and hack into communications. 

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Journalists are under unprecedented attack both on and offline in Turkey since the government restricted press freedom following July’s attempted coup, according to panelists at a recent INSI webinar on reporting safely from Turkey.

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Today, freedom of the press and freedom of speech are under considerable pressure. In Syria and Afghanistan, societies which do not operate on a democratic basis, the reasonable pre-conditions for carrying out journalistic work are simply not in place.

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    • Colombia

      20 journalists among dead in Colombia plane crash

    • Colombia

      20 journalists among dead in Colombia plane crash

    • Iraq

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    • Yemen

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    • India

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