Thursday, 6th October 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Mexican journalist found dead as attacks on press increase

The death is the latest in a spate of attacks on journalists. Human rights groups say 2022 has already become the most deadly year for journalists in Mexico in recent memory.

Related

13 May
The phrase rest in peace can not be used for commoners in this part of the world because they had to go through hard times even while alive. A look at graveyards across the country shows if the souls are resting in peace indeed.
14 May
The US Coast Guard has said a vessel carrying mainly Haitian migrants capsized off the coast of Puerto Rico. More than 30 people were rescued and a search is ongoing.
23 May
The impact of the Russian assault will likely haunt people in northern Ukraine for years: unexploded munitions, mines and rockets pose a threat to civilians. Demining teams face the dangerous task of removing them.
5 Jun
The catastrophic weather has forced dozens to flee their homes in Brazil's northeastern Pernambuco state. A red alert has been issued in the city of Recife for Sunday as well.
1 Jun
Lysychansk is in the small remaining area of the Luhansk region that Ukrainian forces still control. The Russian army has almost destroyed the town, but DW met some of the residents still holding out there.
5 Jun
The 2022 meeting of the World Economic Forum has come to a close, with the war in Ukraine dominating proceedings. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz delivered a blistering attack on Russian leader Vladimir Putin, accusing him of waging a war of "imperialism" in Ukraine and calling for Europe to end its dependence on Russian energy. FRANCE 24's Business Editor Kate Moody looks back at the week's highlights, as well as the question of whether global supply chains are sustainable in the 21st century.
12 Jun
A massive fire that ripped through a container depot in Sitakunda in Bangladesh has killed at least 38 people. The cause of the blaze remains unclear.
24 Jun
Violence in western Sudan this month alone has displaced more than 84,000 people, doubling the number of those driven from their homes so far this year, according to UN reports. The numbers are the highest since January 2021. Last year, at least 440,500 were displaced, five times more than in 2020, according to United Nations data.
1 Jul
With a verdict expected today, the French press is taking a look back at the past 10 months of the November 2015 Paris terror attacks trial. We also discuss bombshell testimony in the January 6 Capitol riot hearings, France's new National Assembly speaker and a French media strike. Finally, we find out why double-shampooing is a no-no in Italy.
30 Jun
All 20 defendants were convicted for their roles in the 2015 Paris terror attacks. The main defendant was sentenced to life in prison. The highly anticipated verdict brings to an end a case that lasted over nine months.
3 Jul
At least five people were killed when a 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook southern Iran. The quake's epicenter was in a comparatively sparsely populated area.
3 Jul
Thousands of people march in the streets of Khartoum, after nine people are killed in protests yesterday. This as the government once again tries to cut down on internet access to prevent gatherings. Also in this edition: the EU special Takuba task force has left Mali after a steady deterioriation of diplomatic relations between the ruling junta and Western nations. And finally, critics hit out at Tunisia's new draft constitution ahead of a controversial referendum.