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Ayşe Düzkan released from prison

25 June 2019: The jailed journalist ‘adopted’ by the NUJ has been released from Bakirkoy prison in Istanbul.

Unions demand release of tortured journalists in Yemen

30 April 2019: For years journalists in Yemen have been denied basic rights in detention and have faced treatment that is contrary to human dignity

NUJ condemns Turkish authorities over detention of British journalist

1 April 2019: The Morning Star's international editor Steve Sweeney was arrested and deported from Turkey when he entered the country to cover the local elections.

NUJ condemns imprisonment of Turkish journalists

29 January 2019: Ayşe Düzkan and her journalist colleagues, sentenced last year for “propagandising for a terrorist organisation”, have been sent to prison. The union is lobbying for their release.

NUJ condemns sentencing of Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker

9 January 2019: The member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has been sent to prison for her work on the Paradise Papers investigation into offshore tax havens.

Turkey jails more union leaders & journalists

10 December 2018: Heavy sentences were pronounced against five journalists and union leader last week

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.

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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