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Police violence against journalists during strike : letter to the Minister of the Interior

Fernando Carrillo Flórez Minister of the Interior Republic of Colombia Dear Mr. Minister, Reporters Without Borders, an international press (...)

Published on 8 March 2013 Read

Colombia

Wave of threats against journalists in northwest

Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about a wave of threats against journalist in three coastal departments in northwestern (...)

Published on 1 February 2013 Read

Colombia

Police response at issue in probe of journalist’s unexplained death

Reporters Without Borders calls for a full investigation into the circumstances of the death of the journalist Guillermo Quiroz Delgado on 27 (...)

Published on 3 December 2012 Read

Colombia

Call for punishment of those responsible as police violence towards journalists grows

Ana Maria Garcia, a photographer with the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, was assaulted by a police officer two days ago while she was covering (...)

Published on 25 October 2012 Read

Colombia

Ruling on journalist’s abduction and torture points way for courts

Reporters Without Borders is cautiously pleased by attorney-general Eduardo Montealegre’s 20 September statement finally recognizing that (...)

Published on 25 September 2012 Read

Colombia

Guerrillas release journalist after holding her for three weeks

Elida Parra Alfonso, a journalist working in community relations for a company that is building a major oil pipeline in eastern Colombia, has (...)

Published on 14 August 2012 Read

Colombia

Air waves against bullets – indigenous radios stations in Cauca

Colombia’s indigenous peoples will today hold another day of solidarity and collective action, called a Minga, continuing those held in 2004 and (...)

Published on 10 August 2012 Read

Colombia

Lack of transparency and guarantees for plaintiffs in DASgate hearings

Seven months have passed since the start of a court investigation into the role of seven former members of the Administrative Department for (...)

Published on 8 August 2012 Read

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