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Interior minister justifies attack against Globovisión claimed by pro-government militants

Reporters Without Borders condemned open support for attacks against the privately-owned media voiced by representatives of the state and ruling (...)

Published on 25 September 2008 Read


In “victory for impunity,” court acquits alleged drug baron of journalist’s murder

Reporters Without Borders calls for a review of the trial of alleged regional drug baron Ceferino García, who was acquitted by a court in Maturín, (...)

Published on 11 September 2008 Read


Threats against business daily’s lawyer and president

The business daily Reporte de la Economía’s lawyer, Giselle Suárez, has told the authorities she has been getting messages warning her that she will (...)

Published on 1 August 2008 Read


Authorities order judicial investigation into newspaper reporter’s detention

The public prosecutor’s office announced yesterday that it has ordered a judge specialised in fundamental rights, Cecilia Riera Cristancho, to (...)

Published on 29 July 2008 Read


Ex-policeman gets 15 years for murdering newspaper photographer in 2006

Reporters Without Borders welcomes the 15-year prison sentence that a Caracas court imposed on former policemen Boris Blanco Arcia on 19 May for (...)

Published on 21 May 2008 Read


Shots fired into offices of weekly paper that exposed corruption in Carabobo state

Reporters Without Borders today urged regional authorities to step up security after the offices of a weekly newspaper, Dicho y Hecho, which has (...)

Published on 14 May 2008 Read


Provincial daily reappears after three-day interruption due to lack of newsprint

Correo del Caroní, a regional daily based in the eastern city of Ciudad Guayana that is openly critical of the government, was back on sale in (...)

Published on 17 December 2007 Read


Call for “peaceful debate” after constitutional changes rejected in referendum

Reporters Without Borders called today for a calm and peaceful debate on the media and civil liberties in Venezuela after a government-backed (...)

Published on 3 December 2007 Read

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