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The invisibility of the mothers of Mexico’s missing children

In Mexico, thousands of families search unsuccessfully for their missing relatives among the more than 90,000 cases that have accumulated since 2006.

Missing persons: the state’s responsibility

The maximum exponent of human evil was the Nazi terror that kept a meticulous record of its victims. Thirty years later, under the doctrine of national security, a new systematic effort, but without light or stenographers, brought the figure of forced disappearance to institutionalized repression in Latin America.

The “disappeared” Venezuelans

On December 18, when International Migrants Day was commemorated, a fishing boat carrying more than 30 Venezuelans without papers to Trinidad and Tobago went down. This is the last episode of a long tragedy that has been taking place in recent years.