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Threats force newspaper editor to stay at home, consider flight

Reporters Without Borders today called on the authorities to provide adequate protection for Wilmar Jaramillo Velásquez, the founder and editor of (...)

Published on 15 July 2005 Read


FARC guerrillas continue to blow up radio and TV antennae

Reporters Without Borders wrote to Colombia’s communications minister today voicing support for a request by Gabriel Morales, the manager of the (...)

Published on 30 May 2005 Read


Two men get 28-year prison sentences for hiring hit-man who killed deputy editor

Reporters Without Borders today hailed the 28-year prison sentences passed by a Colombian court on 16 May on two men for hiring the contract (...)

Published on 18 May 2005 Read


Paramilitaries threaten Colmundo Radio manager in Ibagué

Gilberto Martínez Prado, the manager of Colmundo Radio in Ibagué (the capital of the central department of Tolima), has been threatened again, this (...)

Published on 18 May 2005 Read


FARC guerrillas free photographer Hernan Echeverri after holding him for three months

Photographer Hernan Echeverri of the bimonthly Urabá Hoy was released yesterday in a rural area near the town of Apartadó in the northwestern (...)

Published on 18 April 2005 Read


Report of fact-finding visit - "Cúcuta, dangerous crossroads for the Colombian press"

Reporters Without Borders today issued a report on the perils for journalists in Cúcuta, a border city in north-eastern Colombia. The report is (...)

Published on 8 April 2005 Read


Another radio antenna blown up in the south

A bomb near the town of Florencia (in the southern department of Caquetá) yesterday destroyed an antenna used jointly by local radio stations (...)

Published on 15 March 2005 Read


Latina Estereo on the air with weaker transmitter

Radio Latina Estereo in the southern town of Puerto Asís, which was the target of a bombing on 13 February, has resumed broadcasting with a small (...)

Published on 3 March 2005 Read

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