November 26, 2022

Mexico adds more than 105,000 disappeared since 1964

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Official figures indicate that Mexico, a country without war and without a dictatorship, has had more than 105,000 people missing since 1964. A tragedy that, on the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances, makes families and entire communities insist on their demand for search, justice and reparation of damages.



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