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Américas, México, Noticias

Hallan en Puebla cuerpo de periodista veracruzana desaparecida Anabel Flores Salazar

Nueva York, 9 de febrero de 2016--El cuerpo de Anabel Flores Salazar, una reportera de El Sol de Orizaba quien fue secuestrada el lunes en su hogar cerca de la ciudad de Orizaba, fue hallada hoy en el estado vecino de Puebla, según un funcionario de Puebla que habló bajo condición de anonimato porque no estaba autorizado a referirse al tema. El Comité para la Protección de los Periodistas (CPJ, por sus siglas en inglés) insta a las autoridades federales de México a atraer de inmediato la investigación, enjuiciar a los responsables y considerar el trabajo periodístico como motivo posible.     

9 de Febrero 2016 10:37 PM ET

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Américas, México, Notícias

Corpo da jornalista da editoria policial desaparecida, Anabel Flores Salazar, encontrado em estado vizinho

Nova York, 9 de fevereiro de 2016 - O corpo de Anabel Flores Salazar, repórter do El Sol de Orizaba, que foi sequestrado de sua casa perto da cidade de Orizaba em Veracruz nesta segunda-feira, foi encontrado hoje no estado vizinho de Puebla, de acordo com um funcionário do estado de Puebla, que falou sob a condição de anonimato porque não estava autorizado a discutir o assunto. O Comitê para a Proteção dos Jornalistas (CPJ) pede às autoridades federais mexicanas para assumirem a investigação e repressão da criminalidade e considerar o jornalismo como um motivo.

fevereiro 9, 2016 10:22 PM ET

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Alerts   |   Mexico

Body of missing Veracruz crime reporter Anabel Flores Salazar found in neighboring state

New York, February 9, 2016--The body of Anabel Flores Salazar, a reporter for El Sol de Orizaba who was abducted from her home near the city of Orizaba in Veracruz on Monday, was found today in the neighboring state of Puebla, according to a Puebla state official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the matter. The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on Mexican federal authorities to take over investigation and prosecution of the crime and to consider journalism as a motive.

DECLARAÇÕES , México

Jornalista da editoria de polícia é sequestrada em Veracruz

Nova York, 8 de fevereiro de 2016 - O Comitê para a Proteção dos Jornalistas (CPJ) está preocupado com a segurança de Anabel Flores Salazar, jornalista da editoria de polícia que foi sequestrada de sua casa em Orizaba, no estado de Veracruz, às duas da madrugada de hoje por homens armados que diziam ter uma ordem judicial para a sua prisão, segundo informações da imprensa. A Procuradoria-Geral do estado divulgou uma declaração dizendo que está investigando o desaparecimento.

fevereiro 9, 2016 8:53 AM ET

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Periodista de la fuente policíaca secuestrada en Veracruz

Nueva York, 8 de Febrero de 2016--El Comité para la Protección de los Periodistas (CPJ, por sus siglas en inglés), está alarmado por la seguridad de Anabel Flores Salazar, una periodista de la fuente policíaca quien fue secuestrada en su casa en Orizaba, en el estado de Veracruz, a las 2 de la mañana de hoy, por hombres armados que decían tener una orden judicial para su arresto, según informes de prensa. La procuraduría general del estado difundió una declaración indicando que está investigando la desaparición.

8 de Febrero 2016 5:30 PM ET

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Statements   |   Mexico

Mexican crime reporter abducted in Veracruz

New York, February 8, 2016--The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned for the safety of Anabel Flores Salazar, a Mexican crime reporter who was abducted from her home in Orizaba, Veracruz state, at about 2 a.m. today by armed men who claimed to have an arrest warrant for her, according to reports. The general prosecutor for Veracruz released a statement saying it is investigating the disappearance.

Iran, Mexico, Poland, Turkey

CPJ Newsletter: January

Turkey releases jailed Iraqi journalist

Iraqi journalist Mohammed Ismael Rasool was released on bail in Turkey after spending 131 days in prison. (AP/Elena Becatoros)

Following months of advocacy by VICE News, CPJ, and other groups, Iraqi journalist Mohammed Ismael Rasool was released from Turkish prison on January 5. Rasool was arrested in August along with his VICE News colleagues, Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury, while they were reporting from southeastern Diyarbakir province. The three were charged with "aiding a terrorist organization."

January 30, 2016 12:00 PM ET

Alerts   |   Mexico

Critical reporter shot dead in Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexico City, January 26, 2016--The Committee to Protect Journalists urges Mexican authorities to investigate the murder of Marcos Hernández Bautista, including the possibility that he was killed for his work as a journalist, find all those responsible, and bring them to justice.

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Crime sem Castigo

Amigos e colegas de Rubén Espinosa seguram câmeras no funeral do fotojornalista assassinado no México. Classificação do índice de impunidade no país quase dobrou desde 2008. (AFP / Alfredo Estrella)

O Índice Global de Impunidade 2015 do CPJ enfoca países onde jornalistas são assassinados e os responsáveis ficam livres

outubro 8, 2015 12:01 PM ET

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Getting Away With Murder

CPJ's 2015 Global Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and the killers go free

Published October 8, 2015

The ambush of a convoy in South Sudan and the hacking deaths of bloggers in Bangladesh this year propelled the two nations onto CPJ's Global Impunity Index, which spotlights countries where journalists are murdered and their killers go unpunished. Colombia exited the index as fatal violence against journalists receded further into that country's past.

For the first time since CPJ began compiling the index in 2008, Iraq did not claim the title of worst offender, as Somalia edged into that spot. The shift reflects a steady death toll in Somalia, where one or more journalists have been murdered every year over the past decade, and the government has proved unable or unwilling to investigate the attacks.

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