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Mexico - Break-in at Mexico City-based independent magazine

Reporters without borders
Burglars remove computers, files and notebooks, after disconnecting surveillance cameras Reporters Without Borders calls for more protection for the staff of Contralínea, a Mexico City-based independent magazine whose offices were broken into and ransacked on the night of 23 June, two months after a break-in at the home if its editor, Miguel Badillo. Before removing computer equipment and files from Contralínea's offices, the unidentified burglars cut the cables of the surveillance cameras (...)

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