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Salvadoran journalist Victor Barahona detained overnight

Guatemala City, July 28, 2023—El Salvador authorities must allow journalist Victor Barahona to work freely and without fear of rearrest, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Friday. Authorities first arrested Barahona, who hosts a political affairs show on the local station Canal 29 in the northeastern city of Apopa, in June 2022 and held him…

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Muharrem Ince, presidential candidate of Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), addresses his supporters during an election rally in Istanbul, Turkey on June 3, 2018. Presidential and parliamentary elections are scheduled for June 24 and the ruling Justice and Development Party has been leaning on the media to provide them with favorable coverage, according to reports. (Reuters/Huseyin Aldemir)

Turkey Crackdown Chronicle: Week of June 4, 2018

Cartoonist arrested for “insulting the president,” paroled Turkish authorities on June 5 released on parole Nuri Kurtcebe, a veteran political cartoonist, who was sent to prison on June 3 after a high court rejected his appeal, according to the daily Evrensel and Kurtcebe’s lawyer, Erdem Akyüz, who spoke to the news website OdaTV.

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