Aristegui Noticias

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Graffiti shows the likeness of murdered photojournalist Rubén Espinosa and the eyes and names of the other four victims, on the wall of Mexico City attorney general's headquarters in Mexico City, in July 2016. Deadly violence against journalists is rare in the capital, but reporters covering organized crime in the city say threats are on the rise. (AP/Marco Ugarte)

Threats draw near, damaging Mexico City’s reputation as safe haven for reporters

Emir Olivares was almost too stunned to speak when, on December 6, he found two men in the bedroom of his apartment in Mexico City.

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Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui speaks during a press conference in Mexico City on June 19, 2017. The Mexican Supreme Court on February 13, 2019, declared her 2015 firing by broadcaster MVS Noticias illegal. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

CPJ welcomes Mexican Supreme Court ruling in Carmen Aristegui case

Mexico City, February 14, 2019–The Committee to Protect Journalists welcomes a ruling yesterday by the Mexican Supreme Court declaring that the firing of journalist Carmen Aristegui from her morning radio show on broadcaster MVS Noticias in 2015 was illegal. The verdict was first reported on Aristegui’s news website, AristeguiNoticias.

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Carmen Aristegui speaks to the press outside MVS Radio in Mexico City on March 16. The investigative journalist was dismissed after demanding that the station reinstate two reporters it fired last week. (AFP/Ronaldo Schemidt)

Investigative journalist Carmen Aristegui fired from Mexican radio station

She exposed government corruption with investigative reporting that made international headlines, helped launch the Mexicoleaks whistleblower website, and was voted second most powerful woman in the country last year by Forbes Mexico, but Carmen Aristegui, one of the country’s most popular radio journalists, has been fired from MVS Radio after demanding that the privately owned…

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