Mexico now 'most dangerous' country in the Americas for journalists


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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's National Human Rights Commission (report in Spanish)says 56 journalists have been killed in the past nine years and most of the slayings remain unsolved.

It says eight reporters went missing and seven newspaper offices were attacked with explosives over the same period.

The commission said in a news release Tuesday that authorities have been negligent in investigating and prosecuting the attacks...

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