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The aftermath of Mexico’s war on drugs: 61,000 people have gone missing
Thousands of people have died and gone missing since Mexico launched a war on drugs in 2006
Ayotzinapa case: The 43 missing students could have been dispersed in small groups
Justice has yet to come for the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College who were the victims of enforced disappearance in 2014
Mexico: 50 bodies found inside mass grave
Last month, human remains were discovered at farm “El Mirador,” located outside Guadalajara, Jalisco
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
Mass grave in Jalisco: At least 29 bodies found in plastic bags
A total of 119 plastic bags with human remains were found in a well in Zapopan, Jalisco. The investigation is still in progress, however, four bodies have already been identified
Mexico to investigate officials who released suspect involved in Ayotzinapa case
On Saturday, Gildardo “El Gil” López Astudillo, leader of the Guerreros Unidos cartel was released from prison after a judge found that the government had tortured him to obtain evidence
 Leader of Guerreros Unidos cartel absolved in Ayotzinapa case
Until now, 44 persons linked to the Iguala case have been freed
Over 3,000 clandestine graves found in Mexico
From 2006 to August 14, 2019, 3,024 clandestine graves and 4,874 bodies have been found in Mexico
2,000 bone fragments found in Sinaloa
On August 24, members of the State Brigade for the Search of Missing People found plastic bags with more than 2,000 bone fragments of hands and feet that belonged adults, adolescents, and children
Human rights activist Zenaida Pulido murdered
Zenaida Pulido Lombera was the coordinator of the International Caravan in Search of the Disappeared, in Aquila, Michoacán