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Death threats against three journalists by National Guard members

Two newspaper photographers and a TV cameraman received death threats from members of Venezuela’s Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) in charge of (...)

Published on 28 November 2014 Read


Around 40 Venezuelan newspapers hit by newsprint shortage

After negotiations with the authorities, the 110-year-old newspaper El Impulso has obtained a last-minute delivery of newsprint that will allow (...)

Published on 12 September 2014 Read


Venezuela urged to improve media situation

Venezuela’s year-old economic and social crisis has had a big impact on freedom of information. Physical attacks on journalists have hurt the (...)

Published on 4 August 2014 Read


Soldiers target three journalists during student demo

A member of the National Bolivarian Guard (the national army) deliberately fired on three clearly identified journalists during a student (...)

Published on 16 May 2014 Read


TV journalist kidnapped three days ago, still missing

Reporters Without Borders is very relieved to learn that Nairobi Pinto, the Globovisión head of correspondants kidnapped by unidentified men on 6 (...)

Published on 15 April 2014 Read


Investigation into security forces should take account of attacks on journalists

Reporters Without Borders hails yesterday’s announcement by the prosecutor-general’s office that 97 members of the armed forces and police are to (...)

Published on 14 April 2014 Read


Right to information more endangered than ever in national crisis

The protests in Venezuela have turned violent and the journalists covering them are on the front line. Trough acts of violence and crackdowns, (...)

Published on 26 February 2014 Read


Government restricts coverage of protests

Discontent with the country’s economic problems and the high rate of violent crime are fueling the protests that erupted earlier this month. (...)

Published on 18 February 2014 Read

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