Showing items tagged with 'trials'
25 September 2020: Cover up of his torture by Macedonian police and the CIA was revealed by Wikileaks.
27 February 2020: Arguments centre on whether it is admissible to extradite those accused of ‘political’ offences
1 September 2015: The NUJ joined international condemnation of the verdict of an Egyptian court, which convicted Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohammad Fahmy and Baher Mohamed in their retrial.
1 January 2015: But NUJ condemns the decision not to grant bail for Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed.
20 February 2014: NUJ protest to free detained journalists. The trial of three Al Jazeera English journalists has been adjourned until 5 March.
28 December 2011: Two Swedish journalists have been sentenced to 11 years in jail after an Ethiopian court convicted them of entering the country illegally and supporting terrorism.
28 December 2011: Independent journalism in Turkey cannot survive unless action is taken to halt the use of anti-terror laws to silence journalists, the EFJ has warned.
27 August 2009: An NUJ member who was arrested after she went undercover to investigate the treatment of elderly people will not face prosecution.
21 July 2009: Dozens of protestors took part in a demonstration outside the Gambian High Commission in London to call for free speech and a free press in the west African county.
17 July 2009: Journalists in Glasgow will hold a vigil on Monday in support of seven colleagues in Gambia who are standing trial on charges of sedition.Journalists in Glasgow are planning to hold a vigil to support seven colleagues in Gambia who are standing trial on charges of sedition.