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Costa Rica ranks as the 35th freest in the world according to Freedom House

Freedom House, a Washington-based human rights organization, presented its annual report on the freest nations based on citizens' access to political rights. It specifically...

Costa Rica stands out in Latin America on press freedom

Costa Rica continues to stand out in Latin America in terms of press freedom, according to the latest report by the international organization Reporters...

Supreme Court: Banco Nacional engaged in “coercion” in La Nación case

Sala IV justices ruled that Banco Nacional actions damaged the right to freedom of expression and citizens’ rights to accurate information.

Venezuelan newspapers at risk of closure, says press group

MIAMI – Several Venezuelan newspapers are at risk of imminent closure, the Inter-American Press Association warned Thursday, accusing leftist President Nicolás Maduro of impeding access to newsprint and discriminating against publications critical of his government.

Venezuelan cartoonist fired after sketch slamming health care

CARACAS – A top Venezuelan newspaper cartoonist said Wednesday he was fired over a sketch depicting Hugo Chávez's signature melting into a flat-line electrocardiography in a jab at the decrepit national health care system.

Venezuela death toll mounts in growing unrest

CARACAS, Venezuela – The death toll from escalating anti-government protests in Venezuela jumped to eight on Friday, as President Nicolás Maduro's leftist administration threatened to cut off fuel to areas "under fascist siege."

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