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Court ruling deals major blow to media freedom and Inter-American body

Reporters Without Borders and PEN International condemn the actions of the Honduran Supreme Court in failing to implement a legally-biding order (...)

Published on 9 September 2015 Read


Three more killings in country where murders go unpunished

The most recent victim is Joel Aquiles Torres, who owned local TV station Canal 67 and had shares in a TV cable company. He was shot dead by (...)

Published on 8 July 2015 Read


RSF condemns attacks on Radio Globo in report marking Honduran Journalists Day

To mark Honduran Journalists Day on Monday 25 May, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is publishing a report on Radio Globo, one of Honduras’ most (...)

Published on 25 May 2015 Read


Call for threatened radio director to be given effective protection

Reporters Without Borders condemns the death threats against Radio Globo director David Romero and calls on the national human rights agency to (...)

Published on 16 May 2015 Read


Downward spiral continues for Honduran media

The first two months of 2015 have very disturbing for journalists in Honduras. Five years after a 2009 coup d’état, it is still one of the western (...)

Published on 6 March 2015 Read


Call for thorough investigation into TV journalist’s murder

Reynaldo Paz Mayes, a regional TV station owner and presenter, was gunned down in a sports centre in the northern city of Comayagua on 15 (...)

Published on 18 December 2014 Read


Judge decides to enforce ban on journalist working for 16 months

By deciding yesterday to defy the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and enforce an order banning Globo TV journalist Julio Ernesto (...)

Published on 5 December 2014 Read


Broadcaster banned again from working as journalist

Honduran opposition broadcaster Julio Ernesto Alvarado is again subject to a 16-month ban on working as a journalist. After originally taking (...)

Published on 1 October 2014 Read

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