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Mexican journalists are an endangered species Mexican journalists are an endangered species Lea en español: El periodismo en México se ha convertido en oficio peligroso by Brian De Los Santos and Jorge H. Gutiérrez Neri

SAN DIEGO — Mexico’s National Commission on Human Rights received 608 complaints of injuries against journalists, 66 murders of reporters, and 12 disappearances of journalists, … Continue reading

Surviving Juárez: Besieged residents and businesses devise strategies to stay safe in the violence-plagued city Surviving Juárez: Besieged residents and businesses devise strategies to stay safe in the violence-plagued city Lea en español: Sobreviviendo Juárez: Residentes toman medidas ingeniosas para protegerse de la narcoviolencia y la criminalidad by Gilda Moriel

CIUDAD JUÁREZ – María, a mother of four children and business owner, says her family has had to adopt “survival” measures to protect itself from … Continue reading

Relocate or die: Mexican entrepreneurs migrate to the interior fleeing violence, insecurity Relocate or die: Mexican entrepreneurs migrate to the interior fleeing violence, insecurity Lea en español: Desplazarse o morir: Empresarios mexicanos migran por violencia e inseguridad by Fundación MEPI

MÉXICO CITY — Edgar N. ran a profitable business in the state of Michoacán during most of his adult life, but after falling victim to … Continue reading

Teresa Sosa on the Cobras Soccer Academy Teresa Sosa on the Cobras Soccer Academy by Justin Anthony Monarez

Soccer at the centerline en español Soccer at the centerline en español Lea en español: Fútbol en español a media cancha by Justin Anthony Monarez

EL PASO — Juarenses revered and dubbed him “Superman” during his tenure as a soccer star. “I had the opportunity of being one of the … Continue reading

Kidnapped student’s testimony Kidnapped student’s testimony by Mariel Torres

Mariana's testimony Continue reading