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Killings of journalists in Latin America down, self-censorship up

The number of journalists killed in Latin America fell last year to 11, four fewer than in 2004, but self-censorship increased in the region, the Vienna-based International Press Institute said in its latest annual report released Thursday. Three reporters were killed in Haiti, two in Brazil, two in Colombia, two in Mexico and one each in Ecuador and Nicaragua in 2005. Full Story

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