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Press Freedom
Press freedom
Freed U.S. journalist Euna Lee is reunited with her husband and daughter upon her arrival in the United States on Aug. 5, 2009. She and fellow journalist Laura Ling were arrested in North Korea in March and sentenced to 12 years of hard labor for allegedly entering the country illegally. Released after former U.S. President Bill Clinton pleaded their case in North Korea, the two were among the 136 journalists jailed worldwide in 2009.

From CQ Researcher, November, 2010.

As the editor of Ciudad Juárez's leading daily newspaper, Pedro Torres had seen enough. After a second journalist at the paper was murdered recently, Torres published a startling open letter to the drug cartels ravaging the Mexican city just across the border from El Paso, ...

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