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“He told me to cross myself, I did not do it and he asked me to resign at that moment, to which I did not agree,” Bekerman told Colombia media. The case came to light after radio journalist Azury Chamah, who is Jewish, tweeted about it. According to Graciela Torres, another well-known Colombian journalist, ...

A day after a police commander from southern Colombia was suspended over sexual harassment charges, media published photos of the alleged victim in bikini. The photos emerged after the officer at the Huila Police Department accused her superior, a colonel, of having harassed her for two years.
In Colombia, media has been centralized in the big cities. Any excursions into the conflict zone were usually made alongside the national army, producing war coverage slanted toward the military perspective, with militarized language and steely statistics in place of human stories, she says. Consequently ...
Media in Colombia have reported she has accepted responsibility and, after prosecutors recommended a six-year prison term, her lawyers agreed. The judge, however, is yet to accept the six-year deal, and reportedly called into question its validity. Sainsbury told the court that she only took the package ...
If you're in Colombia and want reliable news, you best turn off your radio or TV and buy the only newspaper that has consistently refused to mix party politics with mass media. While the country's television networks and many of the country's newspapers were deemed unreliable by Colombia Reports' ...
Our news articles are derived from both on-staff investigative journalists as well as writers who read, digest and summarize news from local news sources. Unfortunately, both English and Spanish language media in Colombia are infamous for providing biased, leftist opinion in what is advertised as independent news.
The media in Colombia, especially social media, played an instrumental role in the result of the plebiscite and the citizen mobilization that demanded the negotiations not fall apart in the wake of the “no” vote. In his talk, Guzman, a leader of a youth movement in support of the “yes” campaign and the citizen ...
Media in Colombia was seen as playing an important role in the transition towards peace. | Photo: EFE. Previous; Next. Published 10 February 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share to Email. Increases text size ...
Media ownership in Colombia is highly monopolized by economic and political powerhouses who too often use their outlets to promote their own political and economic interests, according to a Reporters without Borders (RSF) investigation. The international journalism advocacy group kicked off a pilot ...


 

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