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Reporters Without Borders Urges Mexico to Investigate Plot Against Reporter

Reporters Without Borders on Thursday asked Mexico to respond to allegations that officials in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz hatched a plot to harm a journalist. continue reading »

Reporters Without Borders Hopes New Mexican Administration Will Guarantee Safety for Journalists

Reporters Without Borders, or RSF, called upon Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto to make concrete "commitments" to guarantee the safety of journalists in his country on the European tour he will wrap up later this week in Paris. continue reading »

Reporters Without Borders Criticizes Censorship in Mexico

Reporters Without Borders said the refusal of a magazine wholesaler owned by Televisa to distribute the August issue of Zocalo magazine, which carried an article critical of the media giant, amounted to censorship. continue reading »

Reporters Without Borders Denounces Threat to Investigative Reporter in Colombia

A Colombian broadcast reporter at work on a report about the country's murderous right-wing paramilitaries received a threatening telephone call last week, Reporters Without Borders said Monday. continue reading »

Troubling Details Surround Mexican Journalist Missing Since May

A journalist with Mexico City daily Punto Critico and the radio program "Voces del mediodia" (Voices of Midday) has been missing since May, his family said. Federico Manuel Garcia Contreras has not been heard from since shortly after his arrival in the central town of Tanquian de Escobedo, in San Luis Potosi state, for an assignment, Africa Garcia, one of the reporter's daughters, told Efe. continue reading »

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican journalists and activists continue coming to the United States asking for what their own country is not giving them, the chance to live without fear, attorney Carlos Spector - who represents about a dozen of these people, most recently reporter Miguel Lopez Solana - told Efe. continue reading »

Ahead of Elections, Many Fear Violence Against Media in Mexico Will Increase

Reporters Without Borders said Thursday after an attack on the offices of a national television network that violence against the Mexican media could increase in the lead-up to general elections this summer. continue reading »