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Sixth journalist killed since start of year, robbery ruled out

Journalists are continuing to be murdered in Honduras. Radio W105 presenter Luis Antonio Chévez Hernández was gunned down in San Pedro Sula, the (...)

Published on 13 April 2010 Read

Honduras

Third journalist gunned down in two weeks

Nahúm Palacios, the news editor of local TV station Televisora de Aguán-Canal 5, was killed in a hail of bullets on 14 March in Tocoa, a town near (...)

Published on 16 March 2010 Read

Honduras

Politicians and media urged not to try to exploit journalist’s murder

Reporters Without Borders offers its condolences to the colleagues and family of journalist Joseph Ochoa of the privately-owned Canal 51 TV (...)

Published on 3 March 2010 Read

Honduras

Presidential inauguration must not eclipse coup’s impact on press freedom

Coinciding with Porfirio Lobo Sosa’s inauguration today as the country’s new president, Reporters Without Borders and six other organisations are (...)

Published on 27 January 2010 Read

Honduras

Arson attack on community radio previously targeted by coup supporters

A community radio station that serves the Afro-Caribbean Garifuna community in the Atlantic-coast town of Triunfo de la Cruz was ransacked and (...)

Published on 7 January 2010 Read

Honduras

Human rights and anti-coup activist gunned down on Tegucigalpa street

Human rights activist Walter Tróchez’s fatal shooting on 13 December in Tegucigalpa is a “cruel reminder that the repression that began with the 28 (...)

Published on 16 December 2009 Read

Honduras

Radio Progreso raid shows how military censor news media

With just six days to go to controversial general elections, Reporters Without Borders is today posting a video of a raid on Radio Progreso, a (...)

Published on 24 November 2009 Read

Honduras

"The attitude of certain media during the coup has discredited the entire profession"

Geovanny Domínguez, the editor of the Tegucigalpa-based daily Diario Tiempo, gave an interview to Reporters Without Borders during the joint visit (...)

Published on 13 November 2009 Read

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