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Afghanistan: three female media workers killed in separate attacks

The NUJ has joined condemnation of the killers of three female journalists from Afghanistan’s Enikass TV who were shot dead by unknown gunmen in two separate attacks as they attempted to return home from work on March 2.

IFJ records 60 killings of media workers in 2020

The year 2020 will go down in history as the year of an unprecedented global pandemic crisis, but also as the year of the resurgence of murders of journalists and media staff around the world.

04 Jan 2021
Two media workers die every week, according to IFJ report

Jim Boumelha analyses 30 years of the IFJ killed list.

22 Dec 2020
IFJ mourns 42 media workers killed in 2020

IFJ publishes annual killed list including numbers in jail globally, with 30 year overview and analysis.

10 Dec 2020
NUJ condemns killing of Afghan journalist

Union extends condolences to colleagues, families and friends, and raises key safety concerns affecting journalists locally and globally

Assange trial hears evidence from Kahled El-Masri

Cover up of his torture by Macedonian police and the CIA was revealed by Wikileaks.

Wikileaks as important as the Pentagon Papers

Daniel Ellsberg gives evidence at Assange extradition hearing.

Attending the Assange trial - day four

Arguments in court focused on whether Assange's work was political.

Assange faces first steps towards extradition

The Wikileaks founder starts court proceedings that could have dire consequences for investigative journalism.

Mexico remains deadliest country in the world for journalists

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has released its annual report of killings of journalists, detailing 49 deaths worldwide in 2019.