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Solidarity expressed for Palestinian photojournalist Moath Amarneh

15 November 2019: Moath Amarneh lost sight in his left eye after being injured by a rubber bullet fired by an Israeli soldier

NUJ calls for investigation of police “targeting” press during French riots

10 December 2018: The Paris branch of the National Union of Journalists has called for assurances on the safety of the media following several members of the press, including a member, being hit by police projectiles.

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

Thirteen journalists injured in Gaza

15 May 2018: Thirteen journalists covering protests in Gaza were injured on Monday when Israeli military opened fire on Palestinians.

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

Crackdown on media in Iraq condemned

31 October 2017: Global federation responds to broadcasting bans, attacks on the media and the killing of a cameraman stabbed to death.

Journalist stabbed at Russian radio station

25 October 2017: Union representatives condemn the attack and urge the authorities to launch a prompt investigation.

Suicide attackers target Afghanistan’s state broadcaster

17 May 2017: Local union and international federation condemn the deadly attack on the public broadcaster in Jalalabad city.

Palestinian union takes stand over police attacks on journalist

14 March 2017: The Palestinian Authority must put an end to police brutality toward journalists says the Global Federation.

Yemeni Journalists Syndicate report extensive press freedom violations

2 September 2016: Union reports on murders, abductions, disappearances, jailings and assaults in Yemen in the first half of 2016.

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