(FILE) A file picture taken in front of the Saudi Consulate in Neuilly-Sur-Seine, west of Paris on October 1, 2019 shows dummies with press armbands and jacket piled up by Reporters without borders (RSF) members during a protest to mark the one year of the death of Jamal Khashoggi. - The annual report by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said on April 19, 2021 that journalism was at least partly blocked in nearly three-quarters of the 180 countries surveyed. Its World Press Freedom Index found 73 countries "totally blocked or seriously impeded" journalism, while it was "constrained" in 59 others, adding that many governments had used the pandemic to worsen repression. (Photo by PHILIPPE LOPEZ / AFP) Photo: Philippe Lopez/AFP/dpa
Gunmen have killed four employees of a local radio station in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez bordering the United States, media reported on Friday.
According to the report of Mexican newspaper Milenio, the gunmen started shooting at the four journalists near a pizza place without any warning, killing them as a result, including Alan Gonzalez, the head of the Megaradio broadcaster.
This was the latest episode of a wave of violence in Ciudad Juarez in the northern state of Chihuahua in recent days. Two women were earlier killed in a store in a Molotov cocktail attack by unknown assailants.
According to local authorities, unknown gunmen also fired at the prosecutor’s office building and set a truck on fire.
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