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11 November 2014: George Macintyre, Newcastle branch chairman and treasurer David Baines continued the union’s 13-year attendance at the Remembrance Day parade.
26 September 2014: The union has welcomed the OSCE's call for the re-opening of the investigation into the murder of Martin O’Hagan.
10 September 2014: The IFJ was the first international delegation to visit Gaza since the ceasefire was announced.
4 September 2014: The IFJ and EFJ have repeated their plea for all sides in Ukraine to respect the rights of journalists and ensure they are not intimidated or harmed following reports that Russian journalist, Andrei Stenin, has been found dead.
4 September 2014: The IFJ has appealed for international action to improve protection of journalists covering events in Iraq and Syria following the brutal beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
2 September 2014: In a statement to the special session on the abuses committed by the Islamic State and associated groups in Iraq convened by the United Nations Human Rights in Geneva, the IFJ highlighted the impunity for killings, abductions and other serious violations of human and humanitarian law targeting journalists.
21 August 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has expressed its deep shock following the appalling beheading of US journalist James Foley, who went missing in Syria in 2012.
13 August 2014: The IFJ has advised all journalists in Gaza to remain vigilant, even during a ceasefire, after two journalists were killed while photographing attempts to dismantle an unexploded Israeli bomb.
5 August 2014: The IFJ has joined its affiliate, the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate (PJS), to express its outrage and condemnation at the 13 media workers who have to date been killed in Gaza.
5 August 2014: The IFJ and EFJ have called on the Russian authorities to carry out an immediate and through investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of journalist Timur Kuashev.