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Twelve journalists have been killed so far this year in Mexico. Advocates for press freedom say President Lopez Obrador's administration is not doing enough to protect reporters.

Mexico Surpassess Syria As The Most Dangerous Country For Journalists

By Carrie Kahn NPR
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