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Yemeni Journalists Syndicate report extensive press freedom violations

2 September 2016: Union reports on murders, abductions, disappearances, jailings and assaults in Yemen in the first half of 2016.

Egypt should drop charges against journalists' leaders

31 May 2016: Journalist leaders questioned by police and jailed for four days.

IFJ calls on UN to push for release of 10 journalists on hunger strike in Houthi Yemen jails

27 May 2016: IFJ urges UN envoy to take action. The journalists have been on hunger strike for almost a month and there are concerns relating torture and maltreatment.

#DM16: Helen Goodman MP defends journalists & journalism

15 April 2016: NUJ parliamentary group chair speaks to DM conference.

Netanyahu must release Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq

18 February 2016: Global federation asks all unions to campaign for the Israeli authorities to release Palestinian journalist Muhammad al-Qiq.

Stop flogging of Raif Badawi - NUJ solidarity protest Derry

24 November 2015: The local NUJ branch have organised a protest against the flogging of Saudi Arabian blogger Raif Badawi, and the death sentence on Ashraf Fayadh.

ILO condemns trade union rights violations in Somalia

18 November 2015: IFJ welcomes ILO freedom of association report finding serious trade union and human rights violations in Somalia.

IFJ launches solidarity fund to help Yemen's journalists

5 November 2015: The IFJ has launched a solidarity fund to provide financial aid and humanitarian assistance to Yemeni journalists and their families.

Al-Qaida in Yemen must release media workers immediately

14 October 2015: Global journalists' federation and local union demand the immediate release of three kidnapped media workers.

Turkey's journalists call for solidarity

22 September 2015: Journalists unite to condemn the surge in attacks on press freedom and the pressure is expected to intensify as the country heads for another election in November.

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