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The International and European Federations of Journalists are appalled by the verdicts which confirm a disregard for the rule of law.
IFJ urges drastic change in media safety after 82 journalists killed in 2017.
Mohammed Al-Qadasi is the first journalist who has been killed in the country in 2018 and the IFJ is appealing for international organizations to support its Journalists’ Safety Programme in Yemen.
IFJ calls for TV station shareholders to reconsider their decision.
There has been 81 journalists and media staff killed during 2017.
TV journalist Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed was killed by an explosive device planted beneath the driver’s seat of his car in Mogadishu’s Madina district on Monday 11 December.
The federation joined the Institute of Maltese Journalists in welcoming the recent arrests, but backed the request by the family of the journalist for an independent inquiry.
All parties should stop using journalists as pawns in a wider geopolitical fight and Houthis should release journalists immediately.
IFJ calls for the release of journalists detained in Egypt.
NUJ welcomes IFJ solidarity and is pleased the UK Foreign Secretary has now committed to raise the case with the Iranian authorities.