Latin America Remains Dangerous For Journalists

By: E&P Staff

The probable war with Iraq has a number of newspapers training correspondents to work safely in that hostile area. Yet, U.S. reporters are more likely to face violence as they work alone or in improvised groups covering nations in Latin America, where a passel of drug traffickers, guerrillas, death squads, and even uniformed government officers have all declared local and foreign journalists as legitimate military targets.

To read this week’s “Americas Extra” column, click here.

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