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IFJ calls for journalists' safety in Iraq

23 July 2015: The IFJ and Iraqi union respond to the killing of photo-journalist Jala al-Abadi in Mosul.

IFJ condemns death of Al Jazeera cameraman in Syria

29 June 2015: Mohammed al-Asfer, a 19 year old Al Jazeera cameraman was shot dead, the fifth Al Jazeera media worker to be killed in Syria since 2011.

IFJ urges accountability for deliberate targeting of journalists in Gaza 2014

29 June 2015: The IFJ and Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate cite UN evidence of incidents where journalists and media deliberately targeted.

IFJ & EFJ condemn the murder of journalist beaten to death in Poland

24 June 2015: Union federations join the Association of Polish Journalists in condemning the killing of Lukasz Masiak.

Meeting with Abed Quisini

17 June 2015: Palestine-based photojournalist Abed Quisini will be discussing the challenges he faced working for 17 years in the occupied West Bank.

Martin O’Hagan's family offer £50,000 reward

29 May 2015: The family of NUJ member and Irish investigative journalist Martin O'Hagan have offered a reward for information leading to a conviction.

Unions welcome new UN resolution on protecting journalists

29 May 2015: The IFJ has welcomed the new resolution of the United Nations Security Council on protecting journalists and ending impunity.

IFJ calls on the United Nations to investigate the killings of two journalists in Yemen

27 May 2015: Abdullah Kabil and Yousef Alaizry died last week in the southwestern province of Dhamar.

IFJ denounces war on journalism ahead of press freedom day

1 May 2015: Some of our colleagues and friends have dedicated their lives and paid the ultimate price for their work. On Sunday, the whole world should remember them.

Fifth media worker dies in one week in Yemen

28 April 2015: Broadcast director Abdulkareem Ali Muthna killed and the situation in the country has become critical for the journalists and media workers.

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