Authorities in Honduras say gunmen shot to death a radio reporter who supported ousted former president Manuel Zelaya, the second such killing in as many months.
Prosecutors' spokesman Elvis Guzman said Friday that Radio Uno journalist Medardo Flores was killed in his home in northern Honduras Thursday.
Flores also served as the regional treasurer for the leftist pro-Zelaya movement.
Zelaya was ousted in a June 2009 coup but returned to Honduras earlier this year after his term ended.
Gunmen shot to death another pro-Zelaya journalist on July 15, and prominent Zelaya supporter Mahadeo Roopchand Sadloo was killed Tuesday.
The Human Rights Commission says 23 journalists have been killed in Honduras since 2007.