4 journalists reported missing in northern Mexico

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July 28, 2010 06:05

 
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MEXICO CITY — Mexico's  National Human Rights Commission called on the government Tuesday to find four Mexican journalists reported missing in or near the violence-wracked northern state of Durango.

The journalists include two cameramen from the Televisa network, a reporter for Multimedios television and a reporter for the newspaper El Vespertino.

"The lack of investigation into attacks on journalists has made them more vulnerable in doing their work," the government's rights commission said in a statement.

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