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  1. WTFU

    Like Gambia, Syria, Sri Lanka and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mexico is a country whose government uses enforced disappearance to silence their critics and instil fear, reported Amnesty International (AI).
    On August 27, Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International, presented a report to mark International Day of the Disappeared, which reveals that since 2007—i.e., during the administrations of Felipe Calderón [2006-2012] and Enrique Peña Nieto [2012- ]—almost 25,000 people have disappeared in Mexico.
    AI reported that almost half the disappearances, 12,500, have occurred during the current administration. http://mexicovoices.blogspot.com/2015/08/mexico-25000-disappeared-persons-since.html

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