Reporters Without Borders says more than 100 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000 [File:Edgard Garrido/Reuters]
Three journalists have been killed in Mexico in less than a week, including two on Friday, bringing to ten the total number of journalists killed in the Central American country this year.
Edgar Alberto Nava, who published news stories about the coastal city of Zihuatanejo on a Facebook page, was shot dead in Guerrero state, officials said on Saturday.
Nava also worked as Zihuatanejo’s regulations director. It was not clear if the attack in a local restaurant was related to his journalism work.
Also on Friday, Jorge Ruiz, who worked for the newspaper El Grafico de Xalapa, was killed in the violence-plagued state of Veracruz, the local mayor told