U.S. aid would help press, too

October 1999
Editor & Publisher;10/23/99, Vol. 132 Issue 43, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that Colombian President Andres Pastrana told the Inter American Press Association that American foreign investments would better his country's criminal justice system. Arango's support for freedom of the press; Number of journalists who died in the country from violence directed against members of the press; Criticism of the mass media for being irresponsible in carrying out its tasks.


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