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Supreme Court says police spying on Costa Rican journalist was unconstitutional

On Friday afternoon, the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court ruled that the Prosecutor’s Office and the Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ) broke the law when they traced a journalist’s phone calls. The decision served as a strong rebuke to law enforcement and reinforced Costa Rica’s long history of respect for press freedom.

UN chief, Venezuela foreign minister to discuss deadly protests

Eight foreigners are being "held for international terrorism," including U.S. freelance reporter Andrew Rosati, who writes for the Miami Herald, a team of journalists from the U.S.-based Associated Press and Italian photographer Francesca Commissari, who works for the local daily El Nacional.

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