Disappearances in Mexico rose during López Obrador’s first year, now top 73,000

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“Family members and supporters of the 43 teachers college students who disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero state in 2014 hold pictures of the victims during a 2016 demonstration in Mexico City.”
“Mexico’s government on Monday raised the official toll of people who have disappeared during its 14-year epidemic of criminal violence to more than 73,000, including hundreds of American citizens who vanished and were never found.”
“The total, now 73,201, is the result of an ambitious search for cases filed with state prosecutors and other authorities that never made it into national totals.” –Washington Post

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