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Juan Joaquin Hernandez Rader

Stories By Juan Joaquin Hernandez Rader
Despite prosecutor's death, Argentina ruling party still popular
By  • 18 June 2015
Political fallout for Peronists from Nisman case is muted Even under ordinary circumstances, it would appear Argentina’s ruling Peronist alliance would face an uphill battle in national elections in October. After all, unemployment is on…
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Afghanistan dissolves controversial media body
By  • 11 May 2015
Afghanistan has dissolved a controversial media panel after criticism from journalists and civil society groups that the body was used to intimidate journalists who published criticism of the government. The country's Media Violations Investigation Commission…
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Al-Jazeera to resume India broadcasts after ban
By  • 27 April 2015
Al-Jazeera English will resume broadcasting in India after authorities ordered the Qatar-based channel off the air for five days for displaying maps that showed portions of the disputed region of Kashmir as part of Pakistan…
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Pro-Russian journalist shot dead in Kiev
A Ukrainian journalist known for his strong pro-Russian views has been shot to death in Kiev, just days after a pro-Russian lawmaker and journalist were found dead. Oles Buzyna, a 45-year-old journalist and the former…
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Ethiopia's jailed journalists
To understand Ethiopia’s election next month, where the ruling party is likely to win an overwhelming majority in parliament, it’s important to understand what happened in Africa’s second-most populous country a decade ago. It’s 2005…
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Maldives arrests three journalists covering protests
By  • 31 March 2015
Police in the Indian Ocean nation of Maldives have arrested three journalists who were covering demonstrations in the capital Male calling for the release of the country's former president. Mohamed Niyaz, a cameraman for the…
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From Brussels with love: Putin's friends in the EU
By  • 26 February 2015
From Greece to the U.K., Russia finds potential sympathizers The conflict in the Ukraine has heightened tensions between Russia and the European Union. Since Moscow annexed Ukraine's Crimean peninsula in March, the EU and U.S.…
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Malaysia seizes books by critical cartoonist
By  • 16 February 2015
Malaysian police have seized about 200 copies of a new book by a political cartoonist known for lampooning the government, local news reports said. The cartoonist Zunar, whose real name is Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, said…
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Five South Sudanese journalists slain in ambush
Unidentified gunmen have ambushed a government convoy in South Sudan, killing at least 11 people including five journalists, press freedom groups and news reports said. The Jan. 25 attack on a convoy carrying a county…
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After six years, Eritrea releases six journalists
By  • 27 January 2015
Eritrea has released six journalists from prison without explanation after nearly six years in prison without trial, press freedom groups said. Basilos Zemo, Bereket Misguina, Ghirmai Abraham, Meles Nguse, Petros Teferi, and Yirgalem Fesseha were…
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