quinta-feira, 23 de julho de 2015

Madrid has not received claims in respect of missing journalists

The Spanish Government has not received any claim in relation to the disappearance of three journalists in Syria. The Executive of Madrid not favouring any chance at the moment. Antonio Pampliega, José Manuel Lopez and Angel Sastre arrived in the city of Aleppo, with passage through Turkey, on July 10. Two days after contact was lost with the three reporters. It is feared to have been abducted.

The head of Spanish diplomacy said that "Unfortunately this is not the first case in nearly four years" in which is in Office. José Manuel García-Margallo stresses that "all cases were solved in a satisfactory manner" and that "those who have not jumped to the press" were solved much more quickly. "The important thing" â€" shot â€" "bring them back home, safe and sound as soon as possible. And to this discretion is the rule. "

In September 2013 three other Spanish journalists were abducted in the country and released six months later. The Syria is considered the most dangerous country in the world for journalists by Reporters without borders. Since 2011 died at least 44 journalists covering the civil war in Syria.

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