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Mexico | Suspicious death of butterfly reserve manager provokes outcry

EL ROSARIO, Mexico (Reuters) - Surrounded by the millions of monarch butterflies that Mexican environmental activist Homero Gomez fought to protect until his mysterious death, relatives and friends paid tribute to him on Thursday.


Gomez’s sudden disappearance two weeks ago had sparked an outcry in Mexico, an increasingly violent country where activists are routinely threatened, harmed or even killed as a result of their work.


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mexico-activist/mexicans-mourn-death-of-activist-who-fought-to-protect-monarch-butterflies-idUSKBN1ZU0GN

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