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Coup bodes ill for media regardless of outcome

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Reporters Without Borders fears that the hostility of those who staged the coup against President Manuel Zelaya on 28 June and Zelaya's announced return could further aggravate the press freedom situation. The military's already significant level of censorship of the international media and national media that oppose the coup has been compounded by the excesses of the media that back it. “We fear more news blackouts will be imposed on part of the press for the sole reason that it used the (...)

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