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NUJ and IFJ condemn the targeting of broadcasters in Yemen that killed three staff
Union supports moves to respect press freedom by triggering article 7
The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws
The decision ensures that journalists can make a living from their work and remain independent in their reporting
NUJ welcomed Shawkan's imminent return to his family and friends but condemned his long imprisonment simply for working as a journalist
Journalists were shot in the legs and deliberately targeted despite wearing clothing clearly identifying them as press reporters
The fact he may face the death penalty for reporting the truth is a devastating blow to press freedom
The NUJ backs calls made by the International Federation of Journalists and the Association of Iranian journalists demanding the release of Amir Hossein Miresmaeili
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were sentenced to seven years in prison under Mayanmar’s 1923 Official Secrets Act.
The National Union of Journalists (NUJ), the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the BBC World Service have jointly reacted to accusations about BBC Persian Service and its journalists.