If the Mexican state of Veracruz were a country, it would be the most dangerous in the world for journalists. The news there is dominated by organised crime, drug cartels, corruption and impunity - but reporters are not welcome. In less than five years, 19 journalists have been murdered and five have disappeared. So what explains this wave of violence against the press and who is behind it? Our correspondents went to the coastal state to find out.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Elom Marcel Toble and Claire Pryde.