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Four children disappear daily in Mexico
In Mexico, since 2000, there have been 7,000 cases of missing minors and 21,000 have been murdered
Mexico to propose new human trafficking law
Under this new law, sex workers would no longer be criminalized and perhaps receive protection
Mexico has to improve its human rights policies
The Senate has yet to appoint the new director of the National Human Rights Commission
Iguala massacre sparks questions over use of force
Security experts and human rights groups, mindful of the lopsided deaths in some incidents between the military and civilians under the prior government, have doubts regarding whether the armed forces used excessive force in the clash
Iran women attend first soccer match in 40 years
Iranian women watched the country’s national soccer team for the first time in over 30 years on Thursday, paying tribute to the ‘Blue Girl’ fan who died last month
Three more suspects absolved in Ayotzinapa case
judge Samuel Ventura Ramos absolved Oziel Benítez, Carlos Canto Salgado, and Raúl Javier Crespo from their charges on organized crime and kidnap arguing violations to their human rights
NYT: Trump suggested shooting migrants and building an alligator moat
Inhuman measures are not new for Trump, who detained and separated children from their families
Yalitza Aparicio, the new UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador
Yalitza Aparicio has forced Mexico to confront racism and classicism
Mexico opens 11 lines of investigation to solve the Ayotzinapa case
The families said that the Peña Administration only spread lies
Authorities dig dumpster five years after 43 students disappeared
Pressure has been growing on López Obrador to uncover the truth about the Ayotzinapa case