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War, Journalism and Whistleblowers

13 February 2018: 15 years ago, Katharine Gun leaked a GCHQ memo revealing US spying operations on UN security council members. She will be part of an expert panel discussing the issues.

IFJ campaign to fight impunity for crimes against journalists

31 October 2017: In 2017 the annual global campaign efforts will focus on Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Ukraine.

Crackdown on media in Iraq condemned

31 October 2017: Global federation responds to broadcasting bans, attacks on the media and the killing of a cameraman stabbed to death.

Photojournalist killed by mortar in Iraq

17 June 2016: The NUJ joins calls for more safety for journalists working in the Iraqi war zones, following death of Fadil al-Garaaw.

IFJ calls for international laws protecting journalists to be enforced after another deadly year of killings

31 December 2015: 2015 has been another deadly year for journalists, with at least 109 journalists and media staff killed in targeted killings, bomb attacks and cross-fire incidents.

Unions call for independent investigation into death of Jacky Sutton

20 October 2015: NUJ, MEAA and IFJ join together and back calls for investigation.

IFJ calls for journalists' safety in Iraq

23 July 2015: The IFJ and Iraqi union respond to the killing of photo-journalist Jala al-Abadi in Mosul.

IFJ mourns the killing of two journalists in Iraq

29 January 2015: The IFJ and Iraqi Journalists Syndicate have condemned the killing of photographer Adnan Abdul Razzaq and reporter Ali Ansari.

Death toll of journalists increases in 2014

31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.

Stop targeting media workers as a weapon of war

18 September 2014: The NUJ has condemned the latest video released by ISIS showing British photojournalist John Cantlie.

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