José Manuel Nava Sánchez began his career in journalism at the Mexican news agency Notimex. Beginning in 1976, Nava became a reporter for the Mexico City-based daily Excélsior newspaper. Around 1982, he became Excélsior's Washington correspondent, a position he held for 22 years. He was directing editor of Excélsior from February 21, 2004 until December 2005. In September 2006, Nava began writing the daily column "Nuevo Poder" (Translated: New Power) for El Sol de México with a focus on political and social analysis.

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  • José Manuel Nava Sánchez began his career in journalism at the Mexican news agency Notimex. Beginning in 1976, Nava became a reporter for the Mexico City-based daily Excélsior newspaper. Around 1982, he became Excélsior's Washington correspondent, a position he held for 22 years. He was directing editor of Excélsior from February 21, 2004 until December 2005. In September 2006, Nava began writing the daily column "Nuevo Poder" (Translated: New Power) for El Sol de México with a focus on political and social analysis. Nava wrote several long-form books, such El Vortex del Mal. His last book was called Excélsior, el Asalto Final (Translated: "Excelsior, The Final Round"), which he published on November 6. It was a long-form work of investigative journalism that was critical of the roles various people and business played in selling the Excélsior newspaper and changing it from a cooperative. (en)
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  • He was killed in the capital of Mexico City.
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  • José Manuel Nava Sánchez began his career in journalism at the Mexican news agency Notimex. Beginning in 1976, Nava became a reporter for the Mexico City-based daily Excélsior newspaper. Around 1982, he became Excélsior's Washington correspondent, a position he held for 22 years. He was directing editor of Excélsior from February 21, 2004 until December 2005. In September 2006, Nava began writing the daily column "Nuevo Poder" (Translated: New Power) for El Sol de México with a focus on political and social analysis. (en)
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