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State police prevent reporters from recording police operative against Ayotzinapa students

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Tabasco Mayor From US Friendly Far Right Wing Party In Mexico Puts Hit On Reporters (1/11/2018)

Reporters were beaten by Tabasco state authorities on the orders of a local mayor.

La Cartita --- Reporters were beaten by Tabasco state authorities on the orders of a local mayor. The mayor of Nacajuca ordered members of the PAN (Partido Acción Nacional) to beat the staff of 'Novedades', a local daily in Nacajuca, Tabasco. The conflict stems from investigations and information published by the paper in relation to corruption linked to Francisco Lopez Alvarez.

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String Of Attacks Against Mexican Activists

Guadalupe Campanur Tapia, an active member of the autonomous community of Cheran, Michoacan, México, was found dead on Tuesday.

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Activists Slandered by Mexican Government

In New York, the Mexican consulate mobilizes contacts at CBS and Telemundo to slander Somos Los Otros NY.

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Deported Mexicans In Danger of Drug War Recruitment

Deported Mexicans are in danger of being recruited into narcotrafficking organizations.

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Violence Increasing in Guerrero, Dozens Dead Over Weekend

The violence in Guerrero is steady climbing, with dozens dead during the month of March, 2017.