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Weekly newspaper Río Doce is a rare success story of independent journalism in one of the world’s most dangerous regions for media professionals. Based in the city of Culiacán, capital of the north western state of Sinaloa, in Mexico, the publication received the 2011 edition of the prestigious Maria Moors Cabot Prizes, awarded by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, in recognition for the most outstanding reporting on Latin America and the Caribbean. WAN-IFRA interviewed Mr. Ismael Bojorquez Perea, one of the founders and current director of Río Doce.

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Rodrigo Bonilla

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2011-11-16 15:14

Río Doce constituye un ejemplo poco común de periodismo independiente exitoso en una de las regiones más peligrosas del mundo para los profesionales de los medios. Con sede en Culiacán, capital de Sinaloa, el semanario mexicano recibió este año el prestigioso premio Maria Moors Cabot, otorgado por la Escuela de Periodismo de la Universidad de Columbia, a periodistas y medios que hacen prueba de excelencia periódistica en América Latina y el Caríbe. WAN-IFRA entrevistó a Ismael Bojorquez Perea, uno de los fundadores y actual director de Río Doce.

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Rodrigo Bonilla

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2011-11-14 18:06

In 2010, the Sana’a-based Yemen Polling Center (YPC) was recognised by Washington DC-based Gallup International, the world’s largest public research institute, as the leading public opinion research institution not only in Yemen but also throughout the entire Middle East and North Africa region.

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Andrew Heslop

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2011-02-23 18:05

WAN-IFRA wrote to President Alexander Lukashenko to express serious concern over the recent crackdown against the independent press in Belarus.

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Andrew Heslop

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2011-01-06 00:00

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