Drug Cartels Suspected in Deaths of Mexican Reporters

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In recent weeks, two Mexican journalists have been killed and a third has disappeared. All were covering organized crime or drug cartels. The attacks have affected reporting on the drug trade and watchdog groups now list Mexico as the most dangerous country in Latin America for journalists.



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