Another journalist shot dead in Mexico’s Tijuana

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A journalist has been shot dead in the Mexican city of Tijuana.

Lourdes Loor-Des Maldonado Lopez who reported on corruption and had been attacked in the past for it, is the third journalist to be killed in just two weeks.

Al Jazeera’s Sara Khairat reports.

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