Writing about the Mafia in the land of the Mafia. The case of Marilù Mastrogiovanni

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Why Ossigeno, in cooperation con MLD, asks to be a civil party in the trial in Lecce of the authors of the threats to her

In Italy +51,6 % of threatened, but none talk about alarming trend

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the alarming data released by Ossigeno and the Minister of the Interior had no political or media coverage

Farewell to Sergio Zavoli, honorary president of Ossigeno, dean of Italian journalists

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The great journalist passed away at the age of 96 received by a chorus of praise, memories and recollections  of his extraordinary activity

Off with the mask! The Supreme Court decision on imprisonment for defamation

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By A. Spampinato and G.F. Mennella - The postponement forces all to say whether they are truly in favour of the abolition of the penalty of imprisonment

Rare items of news able to be found only with a lantern – 123 unanswered questions

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A blind eye by the Italian media is turned towards the phenomenon of the intimidation of journalists . Why? By choice? Unintentionally?

Prison yes or no? The government needs to clarify now

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The memorandum sent to the Supreme Court marks a step backwards with respect to Parliament and until proven otherwise reflects the position of the Italian government

Justice short-circuited on imprisonment for journalists

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Justice short-circuited because the memorandum submitted to the Constitutional Court appears inconsistent with the guidelines of Parliament and the European Court of Human Rights.

The government likes to jail journalists

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The memorandum of the State Attorney filed with the Constitutional Court suggests that it must permit two exceptions to the Italian Constitution in the application of the penalty of imprisonment to those guilty of libel.

What is wiser to do when facing reality

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The lesson to be learned from the way authorities reacted to the first outbreaks of coronavirus infection and to alarms coming from data

An unfair justice system that works in reverse

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There are inattentions, legislative gaps and broken promises behind the story told by Vecellio and the cases of journalists who pay damages instead of publishers