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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

Shock at slaughter of six Libyan media workers

27 April 2015: The International Federation of Journalists has expressed shock and dismay at the discovery of the bodies of employees of the Libyan broadcaster, Al Barka TV.

IFJ presses UN for action after 106 media killings

31 December 2011: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) urged the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to take drastic action against governments of the most dangerous countries for media.

Journalists trapped in Tripoli hotel allowed to leave

25 August 2011: Foreign journalists who were prevented from leaving the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli have now been allowed to leave.

Two photojournalists killed in Libya

21 April 2011: Photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros have been killed by a mortar attack in the Libyan city of Misrata.

Journalists protest in support of imprisoned Al Jazeera crew

11 April 2011: Journalists demonstrated outside the Libyan embassy in London to demand the release of colleagues from the Al Jazeera Network.

DM2011: President Pete Murray stresses importance of marches

5 April 2011: Pete Murray, NUJ President, opened the NUJ delegate conference in Southport by stressing the importance of recent marches and rallies against the cuts programmes of the UK and Irish governments.

Clark and colleagues free in Libya

23 March 2011: NUJ Paris branch member Dave Clark and two colleagues have been released in Tripoli after they were taken into custody at the weekend by a Libyan army convoy while on their way to Ajdabiya.

NUJ and SNJ-CGT urge action for release of journalists in Libya

22 March 2011: The National Union of Journalists and the French SNJ-CGT journalists' union are calling on the British and French governments to work urgently with national and international authorities to ensure the safety and release of three journalists.