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IFJ warns Trump against threats to press freedom

20 January 2017: International Federation of Journalists calls on the new president to stop attacking the media and respect freedom of expression.

New insurance deal for journalists

17 January 2017: The International Federation of Journalists has launched a new scheme covering all media workers – including in war zones.

Turkey's journalists detained following reports on Erdogan's leaked emails

10 January 2017: More journalists detained during police operation in Istanbul, Ankara and Diyarbakir. Union federations call for their immediate release and demand response from Turkish minister of justice, Bekir Bozdag.

India: journalist killing spree continues

5 January 2017: Journalist unions have strongly condemning the killing of a journalist in Samastipur district of Bihar, India on January 3.

IFJ reports 93 media professionals killed this year

31 December 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has published its annual killed list for 2016. All the deaths listed are work-related incidents.

Union expresses condolences for journalists killed in Antioquia

30 November 2016: The National Union of Journalists has extended sympath to the family of those killed in the plane crash in Antioquia, Colombia.

#25N: NUJ backs global call for action on violence against women journalists

24 November 2016: To mark the UN Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls, journalist unions are backing the campaign for an ILO convention to stop gender-based violence at work.

Eighth media worker killed this year in Yemen

23 November 2016: Awaab al Zubayrei was killed in Taiz, southern Yemen.

Hands off Egyptian journalists’ union, says IFJ

23 November 2016: Egyptian court sentences president, vice-president and general secretary of journalist union to 2-year jail sentences.

Reaction to the passing of the Investigatory Powers Bill

18 November 2016: The extremely intrusive and unnecessary surveillance powers contained within the Investigatory Powers Bill trample over the very principles of journalism.

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