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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.

Three journalists sentenced to life in Turkey

19 February 2018: The International and European Federations of Journalists are appalled by the verdicts which confirm a disregard for the rule of law.

IFJ raises concerns about fate of 30 journalists held in Yemen

5 December 2017: All parties should stop using journalists as pawns in a wider geopolitical fight and Houthis should release journalists immediately.

IFJ calls on Egypt's president to free photojournalist Shawkan

28 November 2017: IFJ calls for the release of journalists detained in Egypt.

Pre-trial detention extended for Cumhuriyet journalists despite demonstrations

13 September 2017: Journalists' federations condemn court decision to keep six journalists and media workers detained.

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.

Abdel Rahim Mohsen needs urgent release & medical care in Yemen

30 August 2017: Urgent calls to release local freelance journalist from the International Federation of Journalists and Yemeni Journalists’ Syndicate.

Cumhuriyet journalists face trial in Turkey

21 July 2017: The charges carry up to 43 year sentences and Turkey is already the world’s leading jailor of journalists.

Unions monitor criminal trial of journalists in Turkey

20 June 2017: IFJ/EFJ observer sent to Istanbul to monitor the first trial of journalists accused of participating in the failed coup.

IFJ condemns blocking websites & arrests in Palestine

20 June 2017: Blocking websites and arresting journalists is a grave breach of press freedom and journalists' fundamental rights.

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