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IFJ and EFJ condemn censorship in Ukraine National News Agency

9 November 2012: The IFJ and the EFJ have condemned the management of the Ukraine National News Agency for censoring journalism critical of President Yanukovich.

EFJ calls on El Pais management to end industrial crisis

8 November 2012: The European Federation of Journalists said the situation at leading Spanish newspaper El Pais is going from bad to worse.

NUJ calls on Turkish consulate to demand release of jailed journalists

6 November 2012: A delegation from the NUJ visited the Turkish consulate and embassy to deliver letters addressed to the Turkish authorities calling for the release of the 76 journalists in jail in Turkey.

Victory for press freedom - Greek journalist Costas Vaxevanis vindicated

2 November 2012: Costas Vaxevanis has been found not guilty of breaking data privacy laws by publishing the names of 2,000 suspected tax evaders in the weekly magazine Hot Doc.

NUJ condemns arrest of Greek journalist Kostas Vaxevanis

30 October 2012: The NUJ has condemned the arrest of the journalist charged with a breach of privacy after publishing a list of more than 2,000 Greeks who hold accounts with the HSBC bank in Switzerland.

TUC and NUJ support global petition to end labour rights violations at Radio Bar Kulan

24 October 2012: Dreadful working conditions and labour rights abuses at a radio station, Radio Bar Kulan (RBK), set up by the United Nations to broadcast in Somalia.

NUJ shows solidarity with Tunisian journalists on strike

17 October 2012: NUJ representatives attended the Tunisian Embassy to show solidarity and support for colleagues on strike in the country.

Supporting the TUC 20 October march against austerity

4 October 2012: NUJ members will be joining "A Future that Works", the TUC mass demonstration with rally on Saturday, 20 October, 2012.

NUJ support and solidarity to M10 strikers

10 May 2012: Hundreds of thousands of public sector workers, including members of PCS, RMT and NIPSA, are taking part in a 24-hour strike in a dispute with the government over pension changes.

Greek police violently attack journalists

9 April 2012: The Greek police and its special riot forces brutally attacked journalists covering rallies in Athens this week.

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