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There are parts of the country where criminal groups decide what gets published and what doesn’t.

Jose Carreno, Ibero-American University. Al Jazeera, Mexico media office torched in Monterrey.

The News: A branch office for El Norte was attacked Sunday by armed men who doused the building with gasoline before setting it on fire. This is the third attack on a Mexican media outlet in the last month.

Background: Mexico is the world’s third most dangerous place to be a journalist, according to Reporters Without Borders. You can see some of what’s been happening by viewing our Mexico Tag.

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