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Reporter brutally punched during live hit at Mexico City protest: report

FOXNews.com Monday, 19 August 2019
A television reporter in Mexico was knocked unconscious during a live broadcast while covering a tense protest sparked by allegations that police officers in Mexico City raped two teenaged girls, reports said.
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