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India: journalist killing spree continues

5 January 2017: Journalist unions have strongly condemning the killing of a journalist in Samastipur district of Bihar, India on January 3.

IFJ reports 93 media professionals killed this year

31 December 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has published its annual killed list for 2016. All the deaths listed are work-related incidents.

Union expresses condolences for journalists killed in Antioquia

30 November 2016: The National Union of Journalists has extended sympath to the family of those killed in the plane crash in Antioquia, Colombia.

Eighth media worker killed this year in Yemen

23 November 2016: Awaab al Zubayrei was killed in Taiz, southern Yemen.

IFJ demands action on impunity for crimes against journalists

8 November 2016: IFJ conference calls for a new international convention on the safety of journalists.

Celebrating those who fight for justice

7 October 2016: The NUJ and the international journalist community paid tribute to the memory of Russian reporter Anna Politkovskaya on the 10th anniversary of her death.

Irish government urged to back demands for action on O'Hagan murder

29 September 2016: Union expresses concern killers may be shielded because they were paid police informers.

IFJ reacts to savage assassination of leading Somali journalist

28 September 2016: Indignation and horror at the news of the assassination, which adds to a long list of Somali journalists who have paid with their life for the commitment to their job.

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.

Call for investigation into death of Kurdish journalist

16 August 2016: Journalist organisations have called for the killers of Wedat Hussein Ali to be found and brought to justice.

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