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1 February 2011: The Mubarak regime's blackout of internet services in Egypt underlines the importance of protecting the BBC World Service from savage cuts which would deny balanced reporting to people across the globe, the NUJ says.
10 January 2011: The dangers facing journalists in many countries are underlined by the latest IFJ report showing they remain targets for political extremists, gangsters and terrorists across the world.
22 November 2010: Over 120 aspiring journalists took part in the NUJ Student Journalist Conference on Saturday.
14 September 2010: Campaigners in the UK will mark the tenth anniversary of the abduction and beheading of Ukrainian internet journalist Gyorgy Gongadze by demanding answers about the investigation into his death.
1 September 2010: Trade unions and representatives from across Africa have agreed to work together to improve the safety and protection of journalists in Africa.
11 July 2010: A country-wide strike of newspapers journalists across Italy, dubbed "The Day of Silence", has prevented the publication of most print editions of newspapers and the updating of online editions.
17 June 2010: Journalists unions across the world have condemned the sentencing of a Turkish journalist to more than a year in prison.
28 May 2010: The world congress of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) meeting in Cadiz, Spain, has re-elected, by an overwhelming majority, NUJ NEC member, Jim Boumelha, as its president.
18 May 2010: A shortlist of top examples of regional journalism – news, features, campaigns, design and photography – will now be assessed by a distinguished panel of judges for the NUJ regional press awards.
30 March 2010: The second continental congress of the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ has called for a stronger and more united journalist movement in the Africa.