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Messages of sympathy flood in for Lyra McKee

24 April 2019: Michelle Stanistreet and members of the NUJ will be representing the union at the funeral of Lyra McKee at St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast.

Vigils and remembrance #WeStandWithLyra

23 April 2019: Details of events in Belfast, Dublin, London and Glasgow

IFJ 2018 report on journalists and media staff killed: time for action!

7 February 2019: In the Shadow of Violence: journalists and media killed in 2018, details cases of 95 journalists and media professionals who lost their lives in targeted killings, bomb attacks or crossfire incidents

Cameraman killed & journalist wounded in bomb attack

30 January 2019: Abu Dhabi TV cameraman Ziad al-Sharaabi was killed in Yemen’s port city of Mokha

Photographer killed during clashes between militia near Tripoli

21 January 2019: Unions offer condolences to the family and friends of Ben Khalifa and call on the authorities to act

IFJ records 94 deaths among media workers in 2018

2 January 2019: The International Federation of Journalists’annual list shows a reverse in the downward trend of killings of journalists and media staff in the past three years and a growing crisis in journalists’safety across the globe.

Remembering Jamal

29 October 2018: Join us for an evening of remembrance of the life, work and thoughts of Jamal Khashoggi.

End impunity for the killing of journalists

25 October 2018: Ask your MP to support the draft UN Convention and attend the NUJ vigils in London and Dublin.

End the lies, cover-up and appeasement over killing of Jamal Khashoggi

17 October 2018: Global federation and journalists' representatives call on the international community to stop appeasing the Saudi regime

One year after Daphne Caruana's killing, impunity remains

15 October 2018: One year on from the killing, journalists' unions demand justice for Daphne and her family and an independent and impartial public inquiry.

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