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Os jornalistas que cobrem a tensão na Venezuela enfrentam a violência e a obstrução de seu trabalho

Forças de segurança Venezuelanas em uniformes antidistúrbios em frente à Assembleia Nacional em Caracas em 27 de outubro de 2016. (Reuters/Marco Bello)

Bogotá, Colômbia, 27 de outubro de 2016--Jornalistas que tentaram cobrir o aumento das tensões políticas na Venezuela foram alvo de obstruções e ataques, inclusive por parte das forças de segurança venezuelanas e de funcionários da imigração, segundo organizações de liberdade de imprensa e reportagens da imprensa.

Alerts   |   Venezuela

Journalists covering Venezuela tension face violence, obstruction

Venezuelan security forces in riot gear stand in front of the National Assembly in Caracas, October 27, 2016. (Reuters/Marco Bello)

Bogotá, Colombia, October 27, 2016--Journalists trying to cover rising political tensions in Venezuela have been obstructed and have come under attack, including by Venezuelan security forces and immigration officials, according to press freedom groups and news reports.

Alerts   |   Mexico

In Mexico, two media outlets attacked within a week

New York, March 27, 2012--Mexican authorities must investigate attacks on a newspaper and TV station in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas and ensure the offices and its staff members are protected, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Both attacks occurred within the space of one week.

March 27, 2012 3:02 PM ET

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Car bomb explodes outside Televisa in northern Mexico

New York, August 27, 2010--Mexico's main television network reported that a car bomb exploded at its headquarters in Ciudad Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas state early today. There were no injuries, the Televisa network said, but its transmission was knocked out for several hours and there was damage to neighboring buildings.
August 27, 2010 3:53 PM ET

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CPJ condemns grenade attacks against Televisa

A soldier outside Televisa's Monterrey offices. (Reuters/Tomas Bravo)

New York, August 16, 2010--Weekend grenade attacks against the Monterrey and Matamoros offices of the national broadcaster Televisa reflect another attempt by organized crime to intimidate the Mexican news media, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

August 16, 2010 3:17 PM ET

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Four Mexican journalists held hostage in Durango

New York, July 28, 2010—The Committee to Protect Journalists called on the Mexican government today to do everything in its power to bring four journalists who are being held hostage by an alleged criminal group to safety. The group’s members have demanded press coverage of videos they made in exchange for the reporters’ release, according to international and local news reports.

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