The most feared of these armed groups, the “Black Eagles,” continues to impose a reign of terror, killing journalists or forcing them to censor themselves or flee the country. They target journalists who criticize the so-called “democratic security” policies launched by President Alvaro Uribe (2002-2010), which are still in force. Their victims also include local and community journalists working in areas where clashes continue.
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