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Venezuela frees German journalist after four months


CARACAS: German journalist Billy Six, detained by means of Venezuelan intelligence services four months ago, was freed Friday in Caracas -- but will have to report to the courtroom each 15 days, an NGO confirmed.

Six was arrested in northern Falcon state for allegedly photographing President Nicolas Maduro "very closely," consistent with a unfastened speech NGO

"German journalist Billy Six is freed ... they are imposing interim measures of presentation every 15 days and prohibition to speak to the media about his case. We demand full freedom," the gang said on Twitter.


Six went on starvation strike in December, before lifting it pending diplomatic efforts, consistent with the German embassy.


He then published a letter claiming he have been denied the correct to protection and that he had not gained the results of scientific trying out after suffering from dengue fever in overdue October.


He was in the nation to analyze drug trafficking, smuggling and human trafficking -- and the exodus of Venezuelans compelled emigrate because of economic crisis.




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