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11 November 2019: NUJ welcomes ruling of 50 per cent pay increase for freelance journalists
15 October 2019: Twelve journalists clearly identified as such were targeted when they were working at public demonstrations
11 June 2019: Investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was arrested on drug-related charges, but released following outcry. He said the drugs had been planted by the police.
26 March 2019: The NUJ welcomed the adoption by the European Parliament of the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market.
14 February 2019: While the EU directive does include some protections for journalists, it could deny journalists any revenue arising from the re-use of their work online and other rights.
8 October 2018: Journalists' organisations express deep shock at the murder of the Bulgarian broadcaster, the fourth journalist killed in the EU since 2017. In the Yemen, Zaki al-Saqaldi, the editor of al-'Ataa newspaper, was assassinated near his home by unidentified gunmen on Friday 6 October.
13 April 2018: Radio station Lánchíd Rádió as well as Hungarian opposition daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet have been shut down.
17 October 2017: The investigative journalist was killed by a car bomb. The NUJ joined the The European and International Federations of Journalists in calling for an inquiry.
13 September 2017: Journalists' federations condemn court decision to keep six journalists and media workers detained.
20 June 2017: IFJ/EFJ observer sent to Istanbul to monitor the first trial of journalists accused of participating in the failed coup.