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Posted on Sat, Jul. 08, 2006

La OEA critica a Chávez y a MoralesNESTOR IKEDAWASHINGTON

El presidente boliviano Evo Morales recibió el viernes su primera crítica de la Relatoría Especial para la Libertad de Expresión por haber señalado como ”enemigos… Continue reading

Posted on Tue, Jun. 06, 2006

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATESComplaints about Chávez dominate OASPresident Hugo Chávez’s alleged meddling took center stage at an OAS meeting, and the Bush administration pushed for a condemnation of Cuba’s Internet censorship.BY PABLO BACHELETpbachelet@MiamiHerald.com

SANTO… Continue reading

02 May 2006Inter-American Body Denounces Rights Policies of Venezuela, Cuba

New report by Organization of American States details human rights abuses

By Eric GreenWashington File Staff Writer

Washington — The Organization of American States (OAS) is expressing concern about the… Continue reading

Cuba second only to China in number of jailed journalists

Paris.– Cuba remained in 2005 the Latin American nation where news-gatherers have most to fear from the state, holding onto the dubious distinction of being “the world’s second-largest prison for… Continue reading

Cuba sigue siendo segunda mayor cárcel de periodistas

La oleada de represión contra la prensa en la isla gobernada por Fidel Castro, abierta en la primavera de 2003, se mantuvo el pasado año ya que 21 reporteros detenidos entonces siguen… Continue reading

Posted on Wed, Mar. 15, 2006 Casos de México, Cuba y Venezuela preocupan a la SIPAssociated Press

QUITO – En México se registran asesinatos y amenazas de periodistas, y en Cuba y Venezuela no hay libertad de prensa, dijo el… Continue reading

US Press Group Says Fear, Intimidation Silencing Some Latin American MediaBy Margaret BesheerWashington14 February 2006

A report from a U.S.-based press freedom group says self-censorship is growing among journalists in parts of Latin America. Threats and intimidation are silencing many… Continue reading