The International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ/EFJ) join other international organizations in an urgent call to European leaders to...

Zaid al-Khafaji, a photographer and reporter in Baghdad, was abducted in the early hours on Friday, December 6. That same night, photojournalist Ahmed...

Turkish journalist İdris Özyol who had been beaten up in May was found unconscious in the street in Antalya on 2nd December and rushed to hospital...

Israeli intelligence officers detained two Palestinian TV crews on 6 December in Jerusalem. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and its...

L’Association pour la lutte contre l’impunité et pour la justice transitionnelle a été lancée à Bruxelles, mardi 3 décembre. Plusieurs responsables du...

Ukrainian journalist Oleksandr Vlashchenko was assaulted on November 30th, in the port city of Mykolayiv. So far, the perpetrators have not been...

The International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ and EFJ), together with six other international organisations including ARTICLE 19,...

Dans le cadre de sa campagne pour mettre fin à l'impunité des crimes commis contre les journalistes, la Fédération internationale des journalistes...

The parliament of Ukraine held a hearing on November 6 about the safety of journalists in Ukraine. The hearing was a joint initiative of the National...

Dindo Generoso, a radio broadcaster for DYEM 96.7 Bai Radio, was shot dead in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental by unidentified gunmen on Thursday,...

To mark World Day against impunity for crimes against journalists and support IFJ 3-week campaign, our affiliates across the globe raise their voice...

La FIJ lance une campagne de trois semaines pour dénoncer les niveaux stupéfiants d'impunité pour les crimes contre les journalistes et l'absence...

Since 2010, 55 journalists have been killed. There were only 4 prosecutions.

Since the beginning of 2009, 31 journalists have been killed. None of their killers has been punished.

16 journalists killed since 1995, 3 cases resolved.

#EndImpunity: Perú

La Asociación Nacional de Periodistas del Perú (ANP) ha registrado un total de 64 periodistas asesinados desde 1982, de los cuales 61 siguen impunes.