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Journalists In Mexico Protest Violence
Some 400 journalists marched to stop attacks against the press in Mexico. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.

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A man carrying a sign saying "No more blood of journalists" during a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago, and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized a demonstration on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature.(AP Photo/Felix Marquez)

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Mexican journalist and writer Juan Villoro participates during a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago, and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized a demonstration on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature.(AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
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Journalists march together during a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized a demonstration on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature. Banner says: "Authoritarian rule will not shut up our voice... JUSTICE for Regina Martinez! One year after the state crime: We do not believe you!"AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
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Journalists lay down their cameras in front of the entrance to the Interior Secretary buidling during a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Mexico City, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized demonstrations on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature.(AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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A woman carrying a sign saying "Regina is not Forgotten" participates in a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago, and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized a demonstration on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels. The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature.(AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
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Two men, one wearing a mask depicting Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, participate in a protest to demand justice in the Regina Martinez case, a journalist killed a year ago, and an end to more recent attacks on the press in Veracruz, Mexico, Sunday April 28, 2013. Journalists in several states organized a demonstration on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of the murder of Regina Martinez, a correspondent of the magazine Proceso. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.The issue has become so serious that Mexico's congress passed a bill this month that would allow journalists to request that federal prosecutors and federal judges investigate attacks on them, and would make federal intervention mandatory in some cases. It has been sent to the president for his signature.(AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
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Journalists In Mexico Protest Violence

Some 400 journalists marched to stop attacks against the press in Mexico. Attacks have become so common that many Mexican news media have announced they will no longer cover stories related to drug cartels.

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