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New memorial in capital bears victims' names

A government human rights committee opened a memorial monument on Saturday dedicated to hundreds of missing people who presumably were abducted at the hands of police and government officials. The Mexico City Human Rights Commission (CDHDF) produced the glass plaque bearing the names of 557 missing Mexicans, most believed to have disappeared during the 1970s as the government carried out a campaign against guerrillas and leftist activists. Full Story

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