Mexico A Leading Danger Zone For Journalists Last week, Mexican journalist Armando Rodriguez was brutally murdered by gunfire outside his home in Juarez. Rodriquez is the 24th journalist to be murdered in Mexico since 2000, making Mexico one of the most dangerous countries for reporters. Journalist Arturo Chacon and Monica Campbell, from the Committee to Protect Journalists, discuss the situation.
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Mexico A Leading Danger Zone For Journalists

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Mexico A Leading Danger Zone For Journalists

Mexico A Leading Danger Zone For Journalists

Mexico A Leading Danger Zone For Journalists

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Last week, Mexican journalist Armando Rodriguez was brutally murdered by gunfire outside his home in Juarez. Rodriquez is the 24th journalist to be murdered in Mexico since 2000, making Mexico one of the most dangerous countries for reporters.

Journalist Arturo Chacon and Monica Campbell, from the Committee to Protect Journalists, discuss the situation.