Showing items tagged with 'journalists killed'
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.
5 January 2009: The IFJ has reported that 104 journalists were killed in work-related incidents during 2008.
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.
26 November 2008: The inquest into the death of BBC producer Kate Peyton has ruled that she was unlawful killed.
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.
9 June 2008: The NUJ has sent messages of condolence to the families of two journalists killed at the weekend.
29 January 2008: NUJ general secretary Jeremy Dear has called on journalists to take a stand on quality journalism, ethics and reporters’ rights.
2 January 2008: The National Union of Journalists has paid tribute to the 171 journalists who were killed because of their profession in 2007.
21 March 2006: Three years after the death of Terry Lloyd, no inquest has yet begun.
27 September 2005: The NUJ has called on the Chief Constable of the PSNI to hand over the investigation into the murder of Martin O'Hagan to an outside police force.