Winning for you at work

Forgotten Password?
  1. Home
  2. Tags

journalists killed

Showing items tagged with 'journalists killed'

Union federations appalled by gunning down of journalist in Kiev

17 April 2015: IFJ and EFJ appalled by the murder of journalist Oles Buzyna, who was gunned down in Kiev.

IFJ welcomes new online platform for media protection

7 April 2015: The Council of Europe has launched an online platform dedicated to recording violations of journalists' rights in member states.

IFJ joins Yemeni Journalists’ Syndicate in calling for independent investigation into murder of Abdul Karim al-Khaiwani

19 March 2015: Unions strongly condemn the murder of journalist Abdul Karim al-Khaiwani in Yemen and call for a swift investigation into the crime.

NUJ welcomes release of Peter Greste

2 February 2015: But, until the Al Jazeera journalist's colleague are freed, together with a dozen other Egyptian media workers, the campaign must continue

IFJ mourns the killing of two journalists in Iraq

29 January 2015: The IFJ and Iraqi Journalists Syndicate have condemned the killing of photographer Adnan Abdul Razzaq and reporter Ali Ansari.

IFJ condemns the killing of journalists in Mexico

28 January 2015: The IFJ condemns the brutal murder of Mexican journalist Moises Sanchez Cerezo and urges the Mexican authorities to find those responsible.

Journalists killed in South Sudan

28 January 2015: Journalists in South Sudan have been killed by unknown gunmen and the NUJ, IFJ and UJOSS extend deep condolences to the families and local colleagues.

NUJ response to Charlie Hebdo killings

7 January 2015: Ten journalists and two police officers were killed on a raid on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo

Death toll of journalists increases in 2014

31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.

IFJ condemns deaths of five Syrian journalists

18 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has declared December a deadly month for Syrian journalists as five more colleagues die.

  1. 1
  2. ...
  3. 7
  4. 8
  5. 9
  6. 10
  7. 11
  8. 12
  9. 13
  10. 14
  11. 15
  12. 16
  13. ...
  14. 20