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(L to R): Mexico's Attorney General Raul Cervantes, Interior Minister Miguel Osorio Chong and President Enrique Pena Nieto, and Mexico City Mayor Miguel Mancera and the head of the National Human Rights Commission Luis Raul Gonzalez, stand during a minute of silence for journalists killed in Mexico, during a special presidential message to the media pledging to strengthen mechanisms to guarantee the safety of reporters, at the Los Pinos Residence in Mexico City, on May 17, 2017. 
In the last three months, three journalists have been killed in different parts of the country. And since 2000, more than 100 reporters have been killed, including 11 in 2016 alone. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)
(L to R): Mexico's Attorney General Raul Cervantes, Interior Minister Miguel Osorio Chong and President Enrique Pena Nieto, and Mexico City Mayor Miguel Mancera and the head of the National Human Rights Commission Luis Raul Gonzalez, stand during a minute of silence for journalists killed in Mexico, during a special presidential message to the media pledging to strengthen mechanisms to guarantee the safety of reporters, at the Los Pinos Residence in Mexico City, on May 17, 2017. 
In the last three months, three journalists have been killed in different parts of the country. And since 2000, more than 100 reporters have been killed, including 11 in 2016 alone. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)

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El gerente de la Asociación mundial de diarios y editores de noticias, Rodrigo Bonilla, y el relator especial para la libertad de expresión de la CIDH, Edison Lanza explican por qué consideran "urgente" la "supervisión internacional" en México para "investigar la crisis de violencia contra periodistas".

Llamado mundial a supervisión internacional sobre violencia contra periodistas en México

El gerente de la Asociación mundial de diarios y editores de noticias, Rodrigo Bonilla, y el relator especial para la libertad de expresión de la CIDH, Edison Lanza explican por qué consideran "urgente" la "supervisión internacional" en México para "investigar la crisis de violencia contra periodistas".