Amid political turmoil in Venezuela, foreign journalists are being targeted by Maduro’s policies of detainment and censorship.
“May My Country Forgive Me for Getting Caught”: A Deep Dive Into The Emotional Pleas of Venezuela’s Silenced Journalists
As President Maduro continues cracking down on critique, journalists in Venezuela are increasingly threatened and imprisoned for trying to do their job and tell the truth about their nation.
An unprecedented amount of press freedom crackdowns and violations have occurred this year.
The modern-day bastion of free speech could be in danger.
As Venezuela is in deep political crisis, citizens turn to social media and messaging apps for news and updates.
See what you missed this week: From France and India, to Turkey and Venezuela.
Leftist headed to narrow victory in Ecuador, defying Latin America’s shift to right Ecuador plunged into crisis Sunday night after a disputed presidential vote, with leftist candidate Lenín Moreno headed to a narrow victory and his conservative opponent denouncing the results as fraudulent. The race
Foreigners who support a boycott of Israel are now banned from entering the country ISRAEL – The Israeli Knesset passed a bill on Monday night that will bar foreigners who have made “public calls” supporting the international boycott movement against Israel and its settlements in
CNN en Español kicked off air in Venezuela VENEZUELA – The Venezuelan government rang the CNN fake news bell yesterday, pulling the plug from CNN en Español after it aired a story uncovering a scheme in which Venezuelan authorities may have issued passports and visas to
This is the third edition of a new MediaFile series. Every week the International section takes on the task of curating a list of five important world news stories that you may have missed this week because of news from the American election cycle. This week in