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Censorship in Venezuela: Journalists find novel ways to get the news out

By: Jeanne LAVENANT | Genie GODULA Follow | Joanna COCKERELL | Stéphanie CHEVAL
1 min

In Venezuela, violent protests against the president have been going on for the past two months. The situation is becoming increasingly difficult for journalists there, faced with censorship. Venezuela ranks 137th out of 180 countries for press freedom. As the government cracks down further on newspapers and broadcasters, some Venezuelan reporters are finding novel ways of getting the news out. We take a closer look.

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