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Well-known TV host’s car torched outside Buenos Aires home

Reporters Without Borders condemns an arson attack on well-known TV journalist Gustavo Sylvestre’s car outside his family home in Buenos Aires on (...)

Published on 17 September 2014 Read


Three radio presenters threatened and attacked in Santa Fe

Three journalists with Radio Sol, a station based in the northern city of Santa Fe, were the victims of a physical attack on 31 July after being (...)

Published on 5 August 2014 Read


Newspaper editor facing 12 years in prison under anti-terrorism law

Reporters Without Borders condemns the serious charges that are being brought against regional newspaper editor Juan Pablo Suárez in connection (...)

Published on 14 May 2014 Read


Government urged to hold gendarmes to account for detaining and beating photographer

Reporters Without Borders calls on the ministry of justice and human rights to investigate freelance photographer Brian Palacio’s detention by (...)

Published on 6 January 2014 Read


Journalists attacked during police demonstrations in provinces

Reporters Without Borders condemns the physical attacks on journalists that have occurred in the course of demonstrations in several provinces (...)

Published on 13 December 2013 Read


New broadcast media law is constitutional, supreme court rules

Argentina’s supreme court ruled yesterday that a new broadcast media law known as the Audiovisual Communication Services Law (LSCA) is (...)

Published on 30 October 2013 Read


Community magazine raided by national border guards

Reporters Without Borders condemns the intimidation and threats made two days ago against the community magazine La Garganta Poderosa in Villa (...)

Published on 18 September 2013 Read


Buenos Aires police fire on journalists, city official plays down incident

Reporters Without Borders condemns the use of excessive violence by the Buenos Aires metropolitan police against journalists covering a (...)

Published on 30 April 2013 Read

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