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Another Colombia journalist denied visa by western government

Claudia Duque, a Colombian radio journalist who has been hounded by her country’s intelligence services for years, has been denied a visa to (...)

Published on 15 September 2010 Read

Colombia

Prosecutor removed from case against former Telesur reporter

The prosecutor who initiated legal proceedings against former Telesur reporter William Parra, retired military officer Ricardo Bejarano, was (...)

Published on 10 September 2010 Read

Colombia

Caracol Radio car-bomb bodes ill five days after new president’s installation

A car bomb exploded at around 5:30 this morning outside the Bogotá building that houses Caracol Radio, one of Colombia’s leading radio stations, (...)

Published on 13 August 2010 Read

Colombia

Protest by gagged journalists to demand respect for free expression

Journalists employed by two radio stations in Yopal, the capital of the northeastern department of Casanare, stopped work today and demonstrated (...)

Published on 29 July 2010 Read

Colombia

Former intelligence chief charged in connection Garzón murder 11 years ago

Reporters Without Borders welcomes the recent progress in the investigation into the 1999 murder of journalist and humorist Jaime Garzón. On 30 (...)

Published on 6 July 2010 Read

Colombia

Incoming Santos administration must break with practices of Uribe years

Reporters Without Borders is re-releasing its report “ChuzaDAS: Media targeted by intelligence services” following Juan Manuel Santos’ victory in (...)

Published on 22 June 2010 Read

Colombia

Investigators of murder of community radio boss rush to judgement

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a hasty conclusion of a “crime of passion” made by the investigators of the murder of indigenous (...)

Published on 13 April 2010 Read

Colombia

Journalist gunned down in region under paramilitary sway after protection withdrawn

Reporters Without Borders urges the Colombian authorities, especially the interior ministry, to explain why they recently stopped providing (...)

Published on 22 March 2010 Read

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