María José Bravo

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Attacks on the Press 2005: Americas Snapshots

Attacks and developments throughout the region

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Attacks on the Press 2004: Nicaragua

Nicaragua Nicaraguan journalists say they are often able to work freely, but reporters in isolated regions where the government has little control remain at particular risk from drug traffickers and corrupt officials. Relations between the government and the press have improved since President Enrique Bolaños Geyer took office in 2002. Journalists say they are able…

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Reporter killed outside electoral office

New York, November 10, 2004—Reporter María José Bravo, who was covering a dispute over recent elections, was killed yesterday, November 9, outside an electoral office in the city of Juigalpa, capital of central Chontales Department. The 26-year-old Bravo, a correspondent for the Managua daily La Prensa in Chontales, had just exited the Juigalpa vote-counting center…

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