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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.
14 June 2017: Unions come together to demand the authorities do all they can to find the journalist Stanyslav Aseev, known as Stanyslav Vasin.
Union action saluted on World Press Freedom Day as report highlights attacks on independent journalism
3 May 2017: From Manila to Lima, Kuala Lumpur, Kiev and Ougadougou, a new survey’s findings paint a grim picture of the threat to media freedom.