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NUJ condemns deportation of freelance journalist from Nicaragua

3 October 2018: The union and IFJ have demanded a response from the country's authorities following the detention and deportation of Carl David Goette-Luciak, who had been reporting for The Guardian and The Washington Post.

NUJ calls on Honduran authorities to protect journalist covering murder trial from online smears and threats

25 September 2018: The union has called for urgent intervention to ensure the safety of Nina Lakhani, a freelancer working in Latin America for the Guardian.

Radio journalist stabbed to death in Somalia

20 September 2018: Unions offer condolences to Abdirisak Sa’id Osman's colleagues, friends and family, and demand justice.

Italian government threatens to cut indirect state funding to newspapers

18 September 2018: Unions condemn potential ban on state-owned companies advertising in newspapers

Unions condemn Saudi-led coalition bombing of Yemen radio station

18 September 2018: NUJ and IFJ condemn the targeting of broadcasters in Yemen that killed three staff

NUJ welcomes ECHR judgement on UK surveillance of journalists

13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws

NUJ welcomes European Parliament approval of new copyright directive

13 September 2018: The decision ensures that journalists can make a living from their work and remain independent in their reporting

Shawkan's release five years overdue

11 September 2018: NUJ welcomed Shawkan's imminent return to his family and friends but condemned his long imprisonment simply for working as a journalist

Israeli army attacks journalists near Ramallah

7 September 2018: Journalists were shot in the legs and deliberately targeted despite wearing clothing clearly identifying them as press reporters

Egypt must set free photojournalist Shawkan

7 September 2018: The fact he may face the death penalty for reporting the truth is a devastating blow to press freedom

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