Latin America is continent where press freedom has deteriorated the most: Cuba, Honduras and Venezuela are worst cases

According to the Reporters Without Borders' 2021 ranking, El Salvador and Brazil suffered the most significant declines from last year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America was the continent where press freedom deteriorated the most in 2021, with a particularly palpable worsening of the situation in Brazil and El Salvador, according to the Reporters Without Borders' (RSF) annual report published on Tuesday April 20.

The worst-ranked Latin American countries are Cuba (171, the only in the black - unfree - zone of the list), Honduras (151, down 3 places) and Venezuela (148, down 1 place).

The coronavirus health crisis, which has served as an excuse in numerous countries to render journalists' work even more difficult, has been particularly used in Latin . . .

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