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Camila Acosta: “Being an independent journalist in Cuba is like being a war correspondent”

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The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights emphasized in its latest report that “Cuba It continues to be the only country in the hemisphere in which there are no guarantees of any kind for the exercise of the right to freedom of expression. ” Camila Acosta, a young independent journalist from the island, denounces in Camilo that she has been the victim of threats, interrogations, harassment and regulation that prevents her from leaving the country.

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