Mexican newspaper photographer found dead

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This undated image released on Thursday, April 25, 2013 by the newspaper Vanguardia de Saltillo shows Vanguardia staff photographer Daniel Martinez Bazaldua. On Wednesday, April 24, 2013, the newspaper said that the hacked-up bodies of Martinez Bazaldua and another young man were found in the northern Mexico city of Saltillo next to the kind of hand-lettered signs frequently used by drug cartels. Martinez Bazaldua had recently been hired to cover social events for Vanguardia, the paper said in a story in its online edition. He was 22. Press advocates have long called Mexico one of the most dangerous nations for reporters. But there isn't a single, agreed-upon figure on crimes against journalists. (AP Photo/Vanguardia de Saltillo)MEXICO CITY (AP) — The hacked-up bodies of a newspaper photographer and another young man have been found in the northern Mexico city of Saltillo, the newspaper Vanguardia reported Thursday. Photographer Daniel Martinez Bazaldua had recently been hired to cover social events for Vanguardia, the paper said in a story in its online edition. He was 22.

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