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Topic “newspapers”

President of Honduras accuses two newspapers of advocating a coup d'état against him

Honduran President Porfirio Lobo accused two newspapers of conspiring against him after they published a statement from the Central American country's Supreme Court demanding he respect the judicial branch's independence, according to a report from the newspaper La Prensa.  Read more »

Washington Post considers going behind paywall in 2013

Long a holdout against the trend of forcing readers to pay for its digital content, The Washington Post looks set to implement a paywall Read more »

Reporter for Cape Cod Times fabricated sources for dozens of stories

The Cape Cod Times announced the latest fabrication scandal of 2012, this time involving a reporter who invented sources for dozens of stories, the newspaper said in a letter from the editor and publisher. The newspaper said that an audit of Karen Jeffrey’s work was unable to locate 69 people for 34 stories the reporter wrote for the publication since 1998. Read more »

Grupo Clarín denies lawsuit against journalists for "inciting violence" in Argentina

After being criticized for naming journalists in a lawsuit over inciting violence, the Argentine media giant Clarín clarified in a statement that the reporters were mentioned only as possible witnesses, according to the newspaper Clarín on Monday, Nov. 26. Read more »

Suspects still at large a year after newspaper offices burned in Mexico

A year after the offices of the Mexican newspaper El Buen Tono were burned down by armed men in Córdoba, Veracruz, its directors and employees penned an editorial demanding the arsonists be brought to justice, according to the magazine Proceso. Read more »