Showing items tagged with 'journalists killed'
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.
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.
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
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.
3 February 2016: The latest report from the IFJ highlights significant trends over time relating to the killing of journalists and media staff.
IFJ calls for international laws protecting journalists to be enforced after another deadly year of killings
31 December 2015: 2015 has been another deadly year for journalists, with at least 109 journalists and media staff killed in targeted killings, bomb attacks and cross-fire incidents.
4 December 2015: Hindiyo was a female journalist who worked for the Somali national TV station and Radio Mogadishu. She was killed in a car bombing.
27 November 2015: International delegation offers solidarity and support to Palestinian journalists.
19 November 2015: In a letter to President Petro Poroshenko, the International Federation of Journalists asked the Ukrainian president to end impunity for killers and attackers of journalists.
5 November 2015: The IFJ has launched a solidarity fund to provide financial aid and humanitarian assistance to Yemeni journalists and their families.