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A journalist who spent seven years in the notorious US Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba is being refused entry to Britain.
The NUJ has joined journalists' unions around the world to call on the United Nations to investigate attacks on media personnel by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip.
The IFJ has reported that 104 journalists were killed in work-related incidents during 2008.
The NUJ has joined colleagues around the world in condemning the violation of media freedom by Israel during the conflict in Gaza.
A Daily Telegraph correspondent and a Spanish photographer have been released after they were held for 40 days by bandits in Somalia.
The inquest into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton has ruled that she was unlawful killed.
The NUJ has released video and photographs showing a British photojournalist being injured by a stun grenade thrown by a Geneva police officer.
Journalists in Zimbabwe have appealed for help from colleagues around the world to enable them to keep working.
The Crown Prosecution Service has announced that it has decided not to proceed with a prosecution over the shooting of ITN journalist Terry Lloyd in Iraq in 2003.
The NUJ has sent messages of condolence to the families of two journalists killed at the weekend.