- BernamaAug 18 12:21 AM
MEXICO CITY, 18 Aug (BERNAMA-NNN-EFE)-- A group of writers and artists from around the world, including Britain's Salman Rushdie, American Paul Auster, Mexican Alfonso Cuaron and Nicaragua's Sergio Ramirez, have sent a letter to President Enrique Pena Nieto calling on him to stop the violence against journalists in Mexico.
- Deutsche WelleAug 18 02:09 AM
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsAug 16 11:54 PM
A group of prominent writers, artists and intellectuals have called on the Mexican president to address the country's terrible record on protecting journalists who report on drug violence and other criminal activity. Across Mexico, 88 journalists have been murdered since 2000, according to Reporters Without Borders, and another 20 or so have disappeared. Nearly 500 prominent voices, including ...
- The StandardAug 17 04:05 AM
A group of prominent writers, artists and intellectuals has called on the Mexican president to address the country's terrible record on protecting j...
- Los Angeles TimesAug 22 07:08 AM
Jonathan Ames, whose three-season HBO sitcom "Bored to Death" was one of the best things to cross a television screen in this century, has a new series, "Blunt Talk," premiering Saturday on Starz. And if it is not up to its predecessor's mark, it is nevertheless very much the work of the same singular...
- The GuardianAug 18 12:52 AM
They point to his country’s ‘shameful’ record of ‘outrages againt the press’, call for proper investigations of killings and demand an end to impunity More than 500 writers, journalists and artists from around the world have signed a letter to Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, calling on him to stop the violence against journalists in his country. The signatories from more than 40 ...
- The GuardianAug 02 09:45 PM
A writer of ‘frightening perception’, Don DeLillo guides the reader in an epic journey through America’s history and popular culture As this series approaches the present, the process of making a final selection from great contemporary fiction becomes progressively more contentious. In the impossible choice between Thomas Pynchon, Richard Ford, Cormac McCarthy, Joan Didion, Don DeLillo, Michael...
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto Must Protect Journalists, Salman Rushdie, Alfonso Cuaron Demand In Anti-Violence ...International Business TimesAug 18 06:23 AM
A group of writers and artists from around the world penned a letter to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, requesting him to stop the violence against journalists in Mexico, Fox News Latino reported Monday.
- The New StatesmanAug 26 10:26 PM
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- The GuardianAug 03 08:29 AM
Your space to discuss the books you are reading and what you think of them Are you on Instagram? Then you can take part by tagging your books-related posts with #GuardianBooks Scroll down for our favourite literary links Read more Tips, links and suggestions blogs Welcome to this week’s blog. Here’s a roundup of your comments and photos from last week , including a defence of Googling while ...
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