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Resource ID: #2728
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Source: Ft_Worth_IRE_Annual_2006Daniel Santoro;Dean Graber;Sara Silver
Affiliation: Clarin;Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas;The Wall Street Journal
Date: 2006

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Santoro explains the threats he received and the invasions of privacy he endured after communicating with a judge about the investigation of Serbian drug-trafficking in Argentina. For Santoro, these threats were neither the first not the last, but he says they are mild when compared to the situations of journalists in Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela. He explains the dangers these journalists face and points out that, because of weak institutions, this is a problem that is not likely to end anytime soon. Spanish-language tipsheet: 2889

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