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16 July 2014: Today (16 July) marks 200 days of imprisonment of Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed. Join the protest by Tweeting your support.

Former BBC colleagues of Peter Greste show solidarity

1 July 2014: Former BBC colleagues of Peter Greste have written to the Egyptian Ambassador protesting at the treatment meted out to journalists in Egypt.

Make your protest 'noisy and sustained' #solidarity

1 July 2014: Journalists met at the NUJ’s London headquarters a week after three Al Jazeera journalists received long jail sentences, to plan the campaign for their release.

NUJ Ireland shows solidarity with journalists jailed in Egypt

27 June 2014: Members of the NUJ Ireland protest in solidarity with colleagues jailed in Egypt.

Free journalists in Egypt now

26 June 2014: The NUJ continues to campaign for the release of journalists in Egypt.

NUJ Ireland demands 'set them free' at Egyptian Embassy today

26 June 2014: As part of the NUJ campaign against the jailing of Al Jazeera journalists a delegation will hand in a letter of protest to Ambassador Sherif Elkholi at the Egyptian Embassy in Dublin today.

Protest at jailing of Al Jazeera journalists

26 June 2014: Derry North West Ireland Branch is holding a protest at calling for the release of our imprisoned brothers who work for Al Jazeera.

Early Day Motion on imprisoned journalists in Egypt

25 June 2014: Ask your MP to sign the early day motion 170 on the imprisonment of journalists in Egypt

Journalism is not a crime: next steps to free jailed journalists in Egypt

25 June 2014: The NUJ, International Federation of Journalists and broadcasters and journalists meeting to plan camapign to get reporters jailed in Egypt freed.

NUJ demands 'set them free' at solidarity protest

24 June 2014: NUJ representatives, staff and supporters gathered in London today to show support and solidarity with the journalists jailed in Egypt.

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