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The media reported that Maruchi Bravo Pagola and Gilberto Martínez Vera were arrested and taken to the state capital.
Humberto Millán Salazar had been missing for 24 hours after having been kidnapped by armed men in Culiacán, Sinaloa.
Humberto Millán Salazar, the editor of the online daily "A Discusión", was kidnapped by heavily armed men as he left his office.
Yolanda Ordaz de la Cruz, whose body was found a few days after she went missing, had been covering crime and security issues for "Notiver" newspaper.
Ángel Castillo Corona was beaten to death by assailants who also killed his 16-year-old son; the exact motive for his death remains unclear, but RSF urges the authorities not to rule out the possibility of a link with Castillo's work as a journalist.
The latest threats made direct reference to Cacho's journalism and are evidence of the continuing surveillance and risk she faces, ARTICLE 19 says.
Miguel Ángel López Velasco was known for his investigations into drugtrafficking in the 1990s; his son Misael had begun a career as a photographer.
Pablo Ruelas Barraza was apparently executed by two gunmen who first tried to kidnap him.
"Novedades" newspaper editor Marco Antonio López Ortiz was abducted by a group of unidentified individuals and his whereabouts are unknown.
The organisation called on federal and state governments to put more effort into resolving cases involving the murders of journalists in Baja California, Coahuila and Veracruz.
Staff of the organisation told Human Rights Watch that they saw the raid as retribution and harassment for documenting cases of alleged abuse by federal police.
Noel López Olguín's body was found after a drug gang leader arrested by the Mexican army confessed to killing the journalist.
Unidentified persons threw a hand grenade at the "Vanguardia" newspaper plant in Coahuila state, damaging the building.
WiPC is alarmed that Jesús Lemus Barajas reportedly fears for his safety to the extent that he is planning to go into exile.
Giovanni Proiettis says he believes his deportation is related to his journalistic activity.
Enrique Hernández Padrón and Graciela Castañon Aguilar were dismissed from their jobs at the weekly "El Portal", where they had been working as editor and journalist, respectively.
Organised crime appears to have been behind the murders of TV presenter José Luis Cerda Meléndez and reporter Luis Emanuel Ruíz Carrillo.
This policy of criminalising unauthorised radio broadcasting has been deemed disproportional by both the UN and IACHR freedom of expression rapporteurs.
Authorities were quick to deny that Chávez's murder was related to her activism and poetry highlighting femicide in Ciudad Juárez.
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Although a link to their work has not been confirmed, one of the two journalists attacked has reported on security issues in the region.