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Journalist and photographer released, killings continue in Somalia

5 January 2009: A Daily Telegraph correspondent and a Spanish photographer have been released after they were held for 40 days by bandits in Somalia.

Johnston Press plan more cuts at south coast titles

23 December 2008: Johnston Press have announced today that they plan to slash eight more editorial jobs across their southern division.

Photographer accused of taking pictures for terrorists at wedding

15 December 2008: A photographer documenting the persecution of Irish Travellers in the UK was herself intimidated by policeā€¦ on UN Human Rights Day.

Police obstruct journalists at Greek embassy protest

10 December 2008: The NUJ today criticised the Metropolitan Police for their handling of the media at protests outside the Greek embassy in London on Monday.

Home Office pledges to improve police-press relations

28 October 2008: The NUJ has welcomed a commitment from the Home Office to work with the union to improve recognition of journalistic freedoms by the police.

NUJ film shows police surveillance and obstruction of journalists

9 September 2008: The NUJ has released a short film highlighting some of the problems faced by journalists covering public demonstrations.

Photography deal with police is worrying - NUJ

21 August 2008: Metropolitan Police chiefs are reported to have reached an agreement with a small group of photographers that, if true, would interfere in editorial decision-making.

Police harass journalists covering Climate Camp

8 August 2008: The NUJ has criticised the treatment of journalists by police at the Climate Camp in Kent.

'End police surveillance' – Home Secretary told

28 May 2008: The NUJ has called for Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, to end police surveillance of journalists.

Drogheda house agreement can be signed

3 August 2007: The emergency committee of the NUJ's national executive has unanimously ruled that the controversial Drogheda Independent house agreement can be signed.

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