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Call for investigation into death of Kurdish journalist

16 August 2016: Journalist organisations have called for the killers of Wedat Hussein Ali to be found and brought to justice.

Mubarak al-Abadi - seventh journalist killed in Yemen this year

9 August 2016: Seven journalists have died in Yemen in 2016, 14 journalists remain detained by Houthis, one journalist is currently held by Al Qaida and nine journalists have been tortured since 2015.

NUJ responds to the killing of Pavel Sheremet

21 July 2016: The NUJ sends condolences to friends and colleagues in Ukraine and Belarus.

NUJ remembers spirit of Veronica Guerin

24 June 2016: The union's Irish Executive Council pays tribute 20 years after the murder of the Dublin-based journalist.

Photojournalist killed by mortar in Iraq

17 June 2016: The NUJ joins calls for more safety for journalists working in the Iraqi war zones, following death of Fadil al-Garaaw.

International group set up to monitor surveillance

13 June 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has voted for an NUJ motion to set up working group on surveillance.

Killers of woman journalist shot dead in Mogadishu must be found

6 June 2016: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), and its gender council have joined its affiliate, the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ), in condemning the murder of Sagal Salad Osman.

IFJ condemns the killing of journalists in India

16 May 2016: The IFJ affiliated union, the Indian Journalists Union, claims the two journalists were killed as a result of their work exposing corruption and criminal activities.

Fifth media worker killed in Yemen this year

24 March 2016: Global union federation says the perpetrators must be prosecuted. Last year 10 journalists and media workers lost their lives while at work in Yemen

Photojournalist killed in Damascus

24 February 2016: The latest killing is a reminder that journalists continue put their lives on the line every day to report on one of the deadliest conflicts in the world.

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