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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.
20 April 2018: IFJ general secretary Anthony Bellanger says his organisation’s convention for the safety of journalists seeks to end impunity of those who kill media workers.
2 November 2017: This year the NUJ has highlighted the unresolved case of NUJ member Martin O’Hagan and the plight of Mexican journalists.
31 October 2017: In 2017 the annual global campaign efforts will focus on Mexico, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Ukraine.
15 April 2016: NUJ parliamentary group chair speaks to DM conference.
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.
20 February 2015: Freed Al Jazeera journalist tells colleagues how he survived 400 days in jail in Egypt.
28 January 2015: The IFJ condemns the brutal murder of Mexican journalist Moises Sanchez Cerezo and urges the Mexican authorities to find those responsible.
31 December 2014: The International Federation of Journalists' reports 118 media staff were killed,with Syria and Pakistan the most deadly places to work.
3 May 2014: Two journalists a week are killed bringing news and information to the public.