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Mexico: 10th journalist, under government protection, shot dead

Zee News Wednesday, 23 August 2017
A Mexican journalist under government protection was shot dead Tuesday in the violent state of Veracruz, an official said, the 10th journalist murdered in Mexico this year.
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News video: Journalists protest after 10th reporter killed in Mexico

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Colleagues of slain journalist Candido Rios protest in front of the Mexican Interior Ministry, demanding justice after Rios was murdered while under government protection. Rios is the 10th journalist killed this year in Mexico.

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