Journalists hold a banner that shows an image of slain reporter Pablo Medina, with a message that reads in Spanish; "Justice for Pablo" in a protest sparked by the death of radio journalist Gerardo Servian, outside the Attorney General's office in Asuncion, Paraguay, Friday, March 6, 2015. Medina, who focused on investigations exposing corruption and drug traffickers, was killed in October. Paraguayan officials say Servian was shot to death Thursday in a Brazilian city bordering a crime-ridden area that is a hotbed for drugs and arms smuggling. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz) (The Associated Press)
ASUNCION, Paraguay – A Paraguayan radio journalist has been shot to death in a Brazilian city bordering a crime-ridden area that is a hotbed for drugs and arms smuggling, officials said on Friday.
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