The electoral madness of Peru, portrayed in a book by journalist Diego Salazar

Putin says Russian Nobel laureate wont be declared foreign agent

This content was published on 24 November 2021 – 17:06 24 November 2021 – 17:06 Fernando Gimeno Lima, Nov 24 (EFE) .- The extreme polarization and political tension experienced in Peru during its last elections, with a country divided into two halves until now irreconcilable and a media that renounced impartiality, has been included in … Read more

Burma released Danny Fenster, the US journalist sentenced to 11 years in prison

Burma released Danny Fenster the US journalist sentenced to 11

American journalist Danny Fenster The American Journalist Danny Fenster, sentenced just a few days ago to 11 years of forced labor in Burma, has been released and is on his way home, the former U.S. ambassador to the UN said on Monday. Bill Richardson. Richardson said in a statement that Fenster had been delivered to … Read more

“Cuba is in eternal debt to you”: The poet and journalist Raúl Rivero dies

Cuba is in eternal debt to you The poet and

In November 2004, under international pressure, mainly Spanish, he was released with an “extra-criminal leave” for health reasons, and in April 2005 he moved to Spain with his family. “He never, ever recovered from leaving Cuba. He did not die because of that, but he always talked about Morón,” Ciego de Ávila, where he was … Read more

The Interview – Maria Ressa, Nobel Peace Prize: “Being a journalist has become increasingly dangerous”

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First modification: 10/21/2021 – 21:44 Maria Ressa, winner of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, gave an exclusive interview to France 24. Co-founder of the news site ‘Rappler’ and critic of President Rodrigo Duterte, this 58-year-old Filipino-American reporter highlights that the journalist’s work is increasingly dangerous and insists on the importance of being able to counter … Read more

The Nobel Peace Prize recognizes freedom of expression with the award to a Filipino and a Russian journalist

The Nobel Peace Prize recognizes freedom of expression with

The Nobel Peace Prize awarded this Friday for the first time freedom of expression and information with an award to two journalists, the Filipino Maria Ressa and the Russian Dmitri Muratov. Ressa and Muratov were awarded “for their efforts to defend freedom of expression, a precondition for democracy and lasting peace,” said the Nobel Committee, … Read more