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Operation Condor’s lasting impact on Latin America’s media

Op-ed published on 11 September on Bío Bío Nacional’s website Forty years after the Chilean military coup of 11 September 1973, Latin America’s (...)

Published on 12 September 2013 Read

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Reporters Without Borders writes to Google about new Blogger terms of service

Reporters Without Borders wrote to Eric Schmidt, Executive chairman of Google, on 8 February to express its concern about recent changes to the (...)

Published on 15 February 2012 Read

Americas

OAS: Special rapporteur for freedom of expression is not a political plaything

Will the Inter-American human rights system survive beyond January 25? This is one of the decisions that will be put to the meeting of (...)

Published on 19 January 2012 Read

Americas

Community media under attack in three countries

At least five privately-owned local and community-based media organizations in three South American countries have been the targets of violent (...)

Published on 24 November 2011 Read

Americas

Judicial and legislative progress, but more access to information needed in former Operation Condor countries

Many journalists were among the victims of the military dictatorships in six South American countries (Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, (...)

Published on 28 October 2011 Read

Americas

Noteworthy breakthroughs in Central America ; Brazil vaults back into the top of the Index

After Honduras in 2009, drained more than ever by the consequences of the coup d’état on the freedom to inform, the year’s most impressive changes (...)

Published on 20 October 2010 Read

Americas

Southern Cone joins North America while Central America sinks

See the World press freedom index The process of adopting a Shield Law protecting the confidentiality of journalists’ sources at the federal (...)

Published on 20 October 2009 Read


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