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7 August 2013: Heavy sentences handed out to 22 journalists involved in the Ergenekon trials in Turkey.
25 July 2013: Report of the second congress of the Campaign for Freedom of Turkish Journalists.
24 June 2013: Journalists working for the BBC Turkish service are facing a campaign of intimidation.
21 June 2013: Police in Turkey raided the residences of journalists working for the daily newspaper Atilim, Özgür Radio and Etkin News Agency on Tuesday 18 June.
17 June 2013: At least four journalists were arrested, photographers had their pictures deleted and cameramen were targeted by tear gas and water cannon during the crackdown on the Taksim Square protesters over the weekend.
4 June 2013: The European Federation of Journalists has expressed outrage at the extreme violence against journalists who covered the peaceful protest that started on 28 May in Istanbul, Turkey.
3 May 2013: Journalists across the world marked World Press Freedom Day with meetings and events focusing on the dangers facing freedom of expression and actual threats to the lives of media workers.
3 May 2013: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the NUJ wrote to the embassies of the four countries in the world with the highest numbers of imprisoned journalists.
19 April 2013: The latest hearings in the KCK Press case in Turkey are due to take place on Monday 22 April at the special security prison Silivri, outside Istanbul.
16 April 2013: The union has organised a public meeting for world press freedom day this year - all welcome.