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Venezuelans Take to the Streets on National Journalism Day

EFE - El Nuevo Herald, Posted: Jun 26, 2009

CARACAS -- Rival demonstrations are planned in Caracas for June 27, the country's National Day of Journalism, according to a report by EFE. Government officials are planning to march against "media terrorism," while protesters from the opposition march in favor of "free speech." Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has threatened to close the private Caracas TV station Globovision for criticizing his government, which would be the second channel he has closed in two years.

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