16 January 2013

Tunisia: IFJ Condemns Violence Against Local Journalists

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on Tuesday (January 15th) strongly condemned the attack against Tunisian journalists Zied El Heni and Néji Bghouri during the January 14th celebrations of the revolution anniversary, Tunisie Numerique reported.

"We condemn the violence against our colleagues by groups that seem to have created a parallel power in Tunisia," IFJ President Jim Boumelha said.

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