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Iran: new attacks by authorities on journalism

22 June 2016: IFJ raises alarm about the latest developments in the country.

Egypt should drop charges against journalists' leaders

31 May 2016: Journalist leaders questioned by police and jailed for four days.

IFJ calls on UN to push for release of 10 journalists on hunger strike in Houthi Yemen jails

27 May 2016: IFJ urges UN envoy to take action. The journalists have been on hunger strike for almost a month and there are concerns relating torture and maltreatment.

Netanyahu must release Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq

18 February 2016: Global federation asks all unions to campaign for the Israeli authorities to release Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq.

Kidnapped journalists in Yemen tortured, IFJ demands immediate release

4 February 2016: Yemen Journalists’ Syndicate report journalists have been tortured and beaten. The global federation of journalists demands their immediate release.

Iranian journalist released after more than four year' detention

28 October 2015: Aliezra Rajaee, journalist and board member of the Association of Iranian journalists (AoIJ) on Monday after more than four years in prison.

Turkish government clamps down on media ahead of elections

28 October 2015: Police in Istanbul raided of Kanaltürk and Bugün TV, part of pro-opposition media holding Koza-Ipek, this morning.

Journalist killed and colleague detained as press freedom under attack in Burundi

16 October 2015: RTNB cameraman Christophe Nkezabahizi and family shot dead at close range by security forces and Egide Mwemero detained in Goma.

Al-Qaida in Yemen must release media workers immediately

14 October 2015: Global journalists' federation and local union demand the immediate release of three kidnapped media workers.

UK trade unions highlight human rights abuses in Bahrain

25 September 2015: The NUJ has joined with other trade unions in the UK to highlight "widespread and systematic" human rights abuses in Bahrain.

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