The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is tracking incidents of violence against journalists working in Mexico using Google Maps.
The map identifies direct attacks on media and journalists during 2010, demonstrating the wave of violence that has shaken the Mexican press. Many of these attacks are linked to organised crime and the majority of these cases still remain unpunished.
Last month Mexican newspaper El Diario published an open letter to drug cartels operating in the country pleading with them to end violence against journalists.
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- BBC and CPJ: Mexican journalist, wife and son shot dead
- Three of four kidnapped journalists freed in Mexico
- The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 29 October-4 November
- #wef12 – WAN-IFRA publishes ‘report on violence against Mexico’s press’
- Mexican drug cartels silencing country’s reporters