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Another journalist is shot to death in Mexico: 'They arrived to assassinate him'

MEXICO CITY - Radio journalist Juan Carlos Huerta had just pulled out of a subdivision in Mexico's Tabasco state Tuesday morning when two vehicles stopped in the road, blocking his path.

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