Advertisements on billboards in Tehran were replaced with works by old masters and Iranian artists. Photo via Flickr user:  Blondinrikard Fröberg.

An Art Gallery as Large as a City

The scene must have been confusing to city dwellers in Tehran: instead of advertisements, 1500 billboards displayed works by old masters and Iranian artists alike.

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Cartoon: Mexico Elections

The PRI will remain in power after Mexico’s upcoming elections, despite the party’s alleged dealings with drug cartels.

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Cartoon: Police Brutality in Brazil

Brazilians continue to be subject to police brutality and unlawful killings in increasing numbers.

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Is Cuba using the promise of democratization as a mask? Photo via Flickr user: Bryan Jones.

Congratulaciones: Cuba Continúa en el Top-Ten de la Censura

Cuba, dirigida por sucesión dinástica, continúa cosechando “éxitos” en términos de violar los derechos humanos y censurar las libertades fundamentales.

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Is Cuba using the promise of democratization as a mask? Photo via Flickr user: Bryan Jones.

Congratulations: Cuba Among the Ten Most Censored Countries

The normalization of US-Cuba relations has done nothing to improve freedom of expression, writes Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo.

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  • House of Government, Minsk, Belarus. Photo by Flickr user: Ferry Vermeer.
    Q&A: What It’s Like to be a Journalist in Belarus

    IFEX’s correspondant Caro Rolando interviews Andrei Bastunets, chairperson of the Belarusian Association of Journalists, about how recent media law developments in Belarus are affecting the environment for journalism and information accessibility.

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