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Iran's persecution of BBC Persian Service journalists & their families - UN Geneva press conference

7 March 2018: Press conference organised by the International Federation of Journalists at the UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva.

Iranian journalist tried on fabricated charges

27 February 2018: All fabricated charges against journalist Reyhaneh Tabatabaei must be dropped. She has already spent one and a half years behind bars.

Support for BBC Persian Service campaign grows

21 November 2017: NUJ welcomes IFJ solidarity and is pleased the UK Foreign Secretary has now committed to raise the case with the Iranian authorities.

Foreign Secretary must denounce Iranian targeting of BBC journalists

14 November 2017: The NUJ is calling on the British government to take immediate action to ensure this unprecedented attack on British-based media workers is stopped.

Stop Targeting Journalists: BBC Persian Service

2 November 2017: The NUJ has launched an international solidarity campaign against the collective persecution of journalists.

NUJ launches international campaign against the collective persecution of journalists

25 October 2017: NUJ launches international solidarity campaign in response to criminal charges filed against BBC Persian Service journalists.

Journalist refused cancer treatment in Iran has eye removed

8 September 2017: Alireza Rajaee has lost his right eye and part of his face due to a cancer that was left untreated during his time in prison.

Protest over Iranian journalists' rights

25 August 2017: Union leaders resign en-masse in response to the authorities blocking official trade union recognition.

Iran: new attacks by authorities on journalism

22 June 2016: IFJ raises alarm about the latest developments in the country.

Iranian journalist released after more than four year' detention

28 October 2015: Aliezra Rajaee, journalist and board member of the Association of Iranian journalists (AoIJ) on Monday after more than four years in prison.

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