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Cumhuriyet journalists face trial in Turkey

21 July 2017: The charges carry up to 43 year sentences and Turkey is already the world’s leading jailor of journalists.

Union sends best wishes to Geoff Ho, injured during the weekend's terrorist attack

5 June 2017: The National Union of Journalists has sent best wishes to Sunday Express business editor Geoff Ho and paid tribute to the emergency services.

Should we ever follow police advice not to interview?

22 February 2016: The ethics council wants to hear from members and chapels about whether they have any experience of being asked by the police, either directly or via their editors, not to pursue lines of inquiry or interviews.

Terrorism laws should not be used to sidestep press freedom, says NUJ

29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.

NUJ calls for immediate release of Jake Hanrahan & Philip Pendlebury

1 September 2015: The union is calling on the Turkish authorities to release both British journalists immediately.

Turkish journalists are being prosecuted for a picture

5 August 2015: The IFJ and EFJ urge Turkey to drop charges against 18 journalists threatened with 7.5 years in jail.

#jesuisCharlie NUJ, IFJ and EFJ join French unions at Paris Charlie Hebdo protest

11 January 2015: Unions join world leaders and the millions of marchers on the streets in Paris.

#jesuisCharlie NUJ flag placed outside Charlie Hebdo offices

11 January 2015: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, placed tributes outside the office and at the Place de la Republique, before today's march in Paris.

Watchdog says laws are labelling journalists and bloggers as terrorists

22 July 2014: NUJ supports the UK’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation report which says laws are excessive and are curbing journalism.

NUJ backs opposition to secret trial

5 June 2014: Media groups object to secret trail of two accused of terrorism at Old Bailey.

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