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Protesters demand rights for Mexico's crime victims

Mexico and Colombia Victims Laws: Broad Enough to Bring Justice?

Mexico has followed Colombia's footsteps by passing a sweeping law that aims to compensate victims of the country's drug war. Both projects are incredibly...
Juarez police chief Julian Leyzaola

Police Use Brute Force to Break Crime’s Hold on Juarez

There appears to have been a security miracle in Ciudad Juarez, once one of the world's most violent cities. But while some applaud the city’s police chief, Julian...
Mexico has made little progress in curbing abuses, according to HRW

2013 Human Rights Watch Report Shows Little Improvement for Mexico

Human Rights Watch's World Report 2013 paints a grim picture of the state of human rights in Mexico, detailing widespread abuses committed by security forces in the...
Organized crime suspects displayed to media in Mexico

Mexican Govt to Stop Media Parade of Drug Suspects

The Mexican government has announced a new low-key press strategy regarding detained drug trafficking suspects, breaking away from the former administration's...