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Topic “Sinaloa”

Mexican reporter's murder leads to widespread protest of violence against journalists and impunity


By Cat Cardenas and Teresa Mioli

When Javier Valdez’s colleague Miroslava Breach was killed in Chihuahua on March 23 of this year, Valdez wrote on Twitter, “No Al Silencio” (No to Silence), a rejection of censorship and violence against the press in his country. Following his own murder, Valdez's colleagues have picked up those words to continue the fight. Read more »


Award-winning Mexican journalist and author who covered drug trafficking is killed in Sinaloa


Internationally recognized Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas was killed early Monday afternoon after he was intercepted and shot by unknown assailants, according to Ríodoce, the weekly newspaper where he worked. Read more »


Mexican activist killed during live broadcast in Sinaloa amid wave of attacks on journalists

Mexican activist Atilano Román Tirado was killed on Monday while giving a live radio broadcast in Mazatlan in the state of Sinaloa. Read more »


66 attacks against the press in Mexico registered during first quarter of 2014


Sixty-six aggressions against the Mexican press were registered during the first quarter of 2014 according to a report published April 22 by the freedom of expression and information organization Article 19. Read more »


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