It’s official, Mexico has been named world’s deadliest country for journalists

Mexico has been named as the most dangerous country for journalists worldwide, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)..

Another journalist murdered in Mexico, now in Guanajuato

Officials in Guanajuato, the state with the most homicides in Mexico, said Monday that gunmen.

Mexico jails man who ordered journalist Miroslava Breach’s death

A man in Mexico has been given a 50-year prison sentence for ordering the killing.

Mexican journalist murdered in Sonora

A journalist has been killed in an armed attack in northern Mexico, local authorities say.

Violence against journalists on the rise in Mexico

This year, Mexico is the country with more murdered journalists for exercising their profession and.

Journalists face ‘profound crisis of safety’ in Mexico: UN

MEXICO CITY — The United Nations said on Monday Dec. 4 that the Mexican government.

Participants say Mexico’s journalist-protection program ineffective

This analysis by the Associated Press explores failures of the program to prevent murders of.

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Restrictions for non-essential crossings on the land border between Mexico and the US continue until May 21

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