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Mexico’s drug war has left tens of thousands of casualties in secret graves. About 60,000 people have disappeared since 2006. While defying the threats of gangs and criminal organizations, the mothers of the missing are now searching for their relatives, no longer waiting for the government to fulfill promises.
In this episode:
John Holman (@johnholman100), Al Jazeera English journalist covering Latin America.
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Mexico drug war: Victims' families look for relatives' bodies
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