Mexican journalist Javier Valdez, who specialized in covering drug trafficking and organized crime, has been killed in Sinaloa. His case is the latest in a wave of journalist killings in Mexico.
Well-known journalist Javier Valdez, who specialized in reporting on drug trafficking and organized crime, has been killed in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. His death marks the latest in a string of journalist killings.
Why does it matter if politicians use terms like "waves of refugees"? What impact does language have in politics and how can journalists best decode it? DW Conflict Zone spoke to cognitive scientist Elisabeth Wehling.
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The US has accused Venezuelan Vice President Tarek El Aissami of being a drug "kingpin." This is one of a series of allegations Washington has brought against the South American nation. Tobias Käufer reports from Bogota.
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