• Nery Francisco Soto Torres (Source: El Heraldo)
    Honduras: Three more journalists murdered in the space of a month

    PEN International is shocked by the recent murders of three more journalists in Honduras – Herlyn Iván Espinal Martínez, Nery Francisco Soto Torres and Dagoberto Díaz Suárez (killed 20 July, 14 August and 23 August respectively), which bring to six the death toll for journalists since President Juan Orlando Hernández took office in January 2014.

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  • Destroyed CHP Vote
    Post-Election is Pre-Election

    Tarik Günersel offers a pre- through post-election look at recent events that transpired in Turkey. Tarik also lays out some key Erdoğan “moments” during the election process, which provided great fodder for media outlets around the world.

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  • A protestor holding a sign expressing opposition against Turkish PM Erdogan
    Air Must be Banned, Too

    In this week’s column, author Tarik Gunersel writes about literary and social media crackdowns as well as the recent challenges to religious freedom under Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdoğan.

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  • Honduras Report
    Honduras: Journalism in the Shadow of Impunity

    Since the coup in Honduras of 2009, at least 32 Honduran journalists have been killed and many more continue to work in a climate of fear and self-censorship. A new PEN International report documents the intertwining roles that allow the violence to continue with near complete impunity.

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