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Journalists rally for release of detained media tycoon Jimmy Lai

MORE than 100 journalists, including editors, across the world, have united to demand the immediate release of Jimmy Lai,...

UN Secretary-General has ‘no plans’ for proposals on journalist safety

THE United Nations Secretary-General, Antonío Guterres has ‘no plans’ to effect proposals submitted by 72 media groups and non-governmental...
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2019 World Press Freedom Index: Nigeria ranks 120 out of 180 countries

NIGERIA has been ranked in the 120th position on the global press freedom index which is published by Reporters...

Bloody year loading? Three journalists killed in 2018 already

Two journalists and one citizen journalist have already been killed in connection with their work so far this year,...
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Nigeria Drops Again On Press Freedom Ranking

Nigeria fell from 111 in 2015 to 116 in 2016 and has fallen again to 122 in 2017, entering the “red zone” for press freedom.

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