PRESS FREEDOM in Latin America: A survey

Fitzgerald, Mark
April 2000
Editor & Publisher;04/10/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 15, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on developments related to developments affecting press freedom in Latin America based on reports issued by the Inter American Press Association at its midyear meeting in 2000. Conviction of the killers of `Noticia' photographer Jose Luis Cabezas; Involvement of police and military security personnel in physical assaults on news photographers in Brazil; Work-related fatalities in Colombia.


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