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IFJ condemns attempted murder of senior Somali journalist

14 October 2014: Union federation condemns the attempt to kill journalist and TV personality Abdirisak Jama Elmi (Black).

Media unions demand justice in Ukraine after public broadcaster attacked

20 March 2014: Unions demand Ukraine's prosecutor general opens a criminal case against far-right party, Svoboda, following appalling attack against the head of public television broadcaster.

Topshop apologises to NUJ photographer

5 September 2012: Following a meeting with Arcadia Group, Adam Goldman, company secretary and Tracy Dixon, Topshop's regional controller, the company has issued a full apology for the treatment of NUJ photographer Jess Hurd at its flagship Oxford Street store in December 2011.

EDL teenager who assaulted journalist jailed for football brawl

20 April 2011: A prominent member of the English Defence League has been jailed for nine months for his role in a pre-arranged brawl between supporters of Brentford and Leyton Orient football clubs last year.

Photographer wins £30,000 redress from Met

7 December 2010: A photographer who was struck in the face by a police shield during the G20 protests last year has been awarded £30,000 compensation by the Metropolitan police.

Zimbabwe journalists' union president arrested

16 November 2010: The president of the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) has been arrested for writing an article about the police force.

Journalists harassed and detained in Zimbabwe

3 November 2010: The NUJ has condemned the arrest and harassment of two freelance journalists in Zimbabwe.

Police caution EDL member after assault on photographer

22 December 2009: Police have cautioned a demonstrator from the far-right group, the English Defence League after he assaulted a photographer.

Sunday World Northern Editor attacked in Belfast

26 November 2009: The Northern Editor of the Sunday World has been attacked in Belfast.

Journalists face death threats for covering far-right

2 November 2009: Journalists working at far-right demonstrations are being threatened with death, violence and intimidation and the union has demanded tough, urgent action to stop it.

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