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Dying for a Story: How Impunity and Violence against Mexican Journalists are Weakening the Country

September 28, 2017

Mexico has faced significant threats and violence from organized crime over the last decade. The human toll and tragedy of this violence is directly impacting journalists as well, leading to self-censorship, under-reporting of organized crime, and the corruption and state complicity that comes with it. Journalists have been killed, injured, and threatened as they seek to investigate and report on what is happening, and dozens of media outlets have been forced to close in the last few years. According to Article 19, eleven journalists were killed in 2016 and six so far in 2017 including Javier Valdez, an internationally recognized journalist from Sinaloa’s RíoDoce, on May 15th.

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