Venezuelan Censorship Gets Creative
Illustrator Rayma Suprani recently got a phone call. Her editor was on the line and was brief. El Universal, Venezuela's century-old daily newspaper, where Suprani had worked for 19 years, winning prizes and delighting readers, would no longer require her services.
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