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The National Union of Journalists has condemned the detention of a British freelance journalist by security officials in Gaza and demanded he be set free immediately.
Financial Times journalists are threatening to vote on industrial action if the company won't withdraw plans to force its Chinese journalists to return to China on half their current salaries or accept redundancy.
The director of the BBC World Service has apologised about the decision to run a debate under the headline "Should homosexuals face execution?".
The NUJ has called on the British authorities to put pressure on the Philippine government to carry out an immediate inquiry into the massacre of 59 people in Maguindanao province.
NUJ member Guy Smallman has won his six-year fight for justice.
Guy Smallman's six-year fight for justice will end in the Swiss city of Lausanne on 20 November.
The NUJ has joined with sister organisations from around the world to back a campaign by the Italian journalists union against attacks on media freedom by the Italian Prime Minister.
Six Gambian journalists who had been jailed for sedition have been pardoned by the country's president.
Six journalists in Gambia have been convicted of sedition and face a two-year jail sentence.
The NUJ has backed calls for Iranian authorities to end the campaign of intimidation of journalists in the country after last night's armed raid and closure of the Association of Iranian Journalists' building in Tehran.