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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

Unions call for release of journalist jailed in Iran

5 September 2018: The NUJ backs calls made by the International Federation of Journalists and the Association of Iranian journalists demanding the release of Amir Hossein Miresmaeili

New video of Japanese journalist Jumpei Yasuda held captive in Syria

2 August 2018: Japanese government should help free Yasuda as new video shows 42-year-old freelance journalist surrounded by armed, masked men.

NUJ appeals for freedom of photo-journalist Shawkan

24 July 2018: The union has appealed to Egyptian MPs to intervene in the case of Mahmoud Abu Zeid (known as Shawkhan) who has been held for four years in a Cairo prison.

Turkey: Zaman journalists and columnists receive heavy prison sentences

10 July 2018: Six journalists and columnists have been heavily sentenced to prison by a court in Istanbul for alleged membership to an armed illegal terrorist organisation.

Journalist detained on treason charges in Ukraine

17 May 2018: The authorities claim Kirill Vyshynsky's work is 'subversive' reporting.

IFJ urges world governments to back convention on journalists’ protection

2 May 2018: There can be no press freedom when journalists live and work in fear

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.

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