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The International Press Association (API-IPA) is deeply saddened by the passing away of Ian Traynor, veteran Brussels correspondent for The Guardian. Ian (60) died this weekend after a short illness. He will be remembered as a very well respected and much liked colleague. API-IPA expresses its condo
Despite strong objections from API and many colleagues, the Slovak EU presidency sticks to its 'no late accreditation'-policy. That means that to be able to attend (informal) meetings in Bratislava, journalists need to have applied for accreditation at least three weeks in advance. The Slovak author
The API office will be closed this Friday 29 July. The office will reopen again on Monday 1 August. The office will be closed for the summer break from Monday 8 August until (incl.) Wednesday 24 August. +++++ Le bureau de l'API sera fermé le vendredi 29 Juillet. Le bureau reouvrira le lundi 1 Aou
L'Association de la Presse Internationale condamne fermement l'arrestation des journalistes en la Turquie sous pretexte qu'ils soient impliqués dans le coup d'état du 15 juillet. Le regime de Recep Tayyip Erdogan se prend ainsi au media pour dissimuler son charactère autocrate et la liquidation prog
SLOVAK EU PRESIDENCY STUBBORN ON DENYING LATE ACCREDITATION FOR JOURNALISTS API STRONGLY PROTESTS AGAINST UNPRECEDENTED PROCEDURE BRUSSELS – API has received many complaints from Brussels correspondents about the procedure applied by the Slovak EU-presidency for the accreditation for (info
API Members can now have their say in the API Forum. Everyone with an up-to-date, valid API Membership, will now be able to comment and enter into the discussions.
All Bureau members will also be able to write about issues of interest to other Members in the API Blog. Enjoy!