Arturo Torres and Maria Belen Arroyo have published a book detailing the activities of the press team from El Comercio killed on the northern Ecuadorian Border. They center their story on the everyday dealings and dangers that the northern border represents for investigative journalists, a situation that led to the death of at least 10 journalists, including the recent three: Javier Ortega, Paul Rivas and Efrain Segarra. The latter died shortly after the election of President Lenin. The “Frontier of Oblivion,” as called by the journalists, is described in a deep story, along with the story of ‘El Guacho,’ the…
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