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UK urged to put pressure on Philippine government

9 December 2009: The NUJ has called on the British authorities to put pressure on the Philippine government to carry out an immediate inquiry into the massacre of 59 people in Maguindanao province.

NUJ pays tribute to journalists who pursue truth

1 May 2009: Jeremy Dear, NUJ general secretary, has paid tribute to journalists who pursue the truth at a major debate in advance of Sunday's World Press Freedom Day.

Unions demand UN action on Gaza reporting

13 January 2009: The NUJ has joined journalists' unions around the world to call on the United Nations to investigate attacks on media personnel by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip.

More than a hundred journalists killed during 2008

5 January 2009: The IFJ has reported that 104 journalists were killed in work-related incidents during 2008.

Journalist and photographer released, killings continue in Somalia

5 January 2009: A Daily Telegraph correspondent and a Spanish photographer have been released after they were held for 40 days by bandits in Somalia.

Media firms 'must learn from Kate Peyton's death'

26 November 2008: The inquest into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton has ruled that she was unlawful killed.

NUJ 'appalled' by Terry Lloyd decision

28 July 2008: The Crown Prosecution Service has announced that it has decided not to proceed with a prosecution over the shooting of ITN journalist Terry Lloyd in Iraq in 2003.

Journalists killed in Afghanistan and Somalia

9 June 2008: The NUJ has sent messages of condolence to the families of two journalists killed at the weekend.

London conference hears of challenges facing journalists

29 January 2008: NUJ general secretary Jeremy Dear has called on journalists to take a stand on quality journalism, ethics and reporters’ rights.

Tribute to 171 journalists killed in 2007

2 January 2008: The National Union of Journalists has paid tribute to the 171 journalists who were killed because of their profession in 2007.

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