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Pablo Gabilondo

Stories By Pablo Gabilondo
Israel's hawkish new normal
By  • 19 May 2015
Israel's right capitalizes on shifting views of electorate The surprisingly strong showing for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud and other right-of-center parties in Israel during elections this year raised the question: has Israel’s electorate fundamentally shifted…
Deported from Turkey for a tweet
By , , • 26 March 2015
This week on Global Journalist, guest host Joshua Kranzberg takes you around the world for a series of stories on the challenges of journalism in a rapidly changing world. *Mahir Zeynalov, an Azerbaijani columnist for…
Project Exile: Venezuela TV journalist finds security in Miami
By  • 16 March 2015
“I remember being on air and having to stop broadcasting so we could lie on the floor and breathe.” For 15 years Alejandro Marcano was a leading journalist in Venezuela on the opposition station Globovisión.…
Ecuador cartoonist hit by Correa's crackdown
By , • 20 February 2015
"If I censor myself, I would not be a cartoonist anymore. A cartoonist cannot censor himself." If there’s a face of Ecuador’s widening efforts to censor the press, it’s cartoonist Xavier Bonilla. Known by his…
Eugene Richards: Trust yields photos with emotion
By  • 5 February 2015
Award-winning photographer Eugene Richards’s specialty is intimacy. “I usually don’t photograph something that I can’t touch,” he says. For more than 50 years, Richards established personal relationships with the people he photographed. That's no small…
Ecuador's 'gag law' stifles independent press
By  • 5 January 2015
2013 legislation led to media fines, newspaper closures When it comes to his feelings about critical journalists, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa doesn’t mince words. In August, during his regular Saturday address, Correa called exiled journalist…
Bulgarian investigative site ordered to reveal sources
By  • 15 December 2014
The Bulgarian government ordered an investigative news website and WikiLeaks partner to hand over the names of its sources and addresses of its reporters. The letter the Bulgarian Financial Supervision Commission sent to the investigative…
Disappeared Belorussian journalist said to be in jail
By  • 8 December 2014
A Belorussian journalist who had been missing for almost two weeks is being held in jail in the capital Minsk, the Associated Press reported. Alyaksandr Alesin, a journalist who covered military affairs for the daily…
Verdict of Syrian journalist jailed since 2012 postponed
By  • 12 November 2014
A court in the Syrian capital Damascus has postponed the verdict in the trial of a Syrian journalist arrested in 2012 as the country spiraled deeper into civil war. Mazen Darwish, head of the Syrian…
Kosovo television journalist stabbed over report
By  • 3 November 2014
A television journalist in Kosovo was stabbed in his office by a man angered by how the reporter had portrayed in him in a news feature. Milot Hasimja of Klan Kosova TV in the capital…
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