European Parliament announces the ‘Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Investigative Journalism’
The Bureau of the European Parliament, presided by the
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Filipino journalist Maria Ressa has called on journalists to
‘Lack of media freedom is the first sign of a dictatorship’ – Pope Francis
Pope Francis spoke of the “pain” of hearing statistics
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