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The San Blas massacre, the first of several killings known to have been perpetrated by police officers to punish gang members and other civilians, took place two years ago and is still being denied by the authorities.

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Journalists in Mexico have been murdered and assaulted and, in most cases, their attackers have walked away without facing charges.

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The Mexican tequila industry is renowned for producing high quality beverages through the use of world-class distillation and storage processes.

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On May 10, 2017, activist Miriam Elizabeth Rodríguez Martínez was murdered in Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, putting the population’s human rights in danger, as Rodríguez Martínez was one of the most influential activists.

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The implemented changes fully or partially comply with the project sponsored by Congress’s Bullet’s Backbench, which means a de facto repeal of the Disarmament Statute.

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Half a year has passed since the Colombian government signed a peace accord with the FARC guerrilla group, but poverty, drugs, and violence continue to cripple the coastal city of Tumaco.

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In Mexico City and other cities around the country, protesters gathered to celebrate International Marijuana Day and to show their support for the drug’s legalization.

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Mexico made progress toward seeking justice for victims of torture by passing the General Law to Prevent, Investigate and Punish Torture and Other Cruel, Inhumane or Degrading Treatment of Punishment in April.

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The Annual Report of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 2016, published in March 2017, mentions that “Nicaragua has set up a system of media with high levels of concentration and lack of pluralism.

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A presidential decree confirmed that the Colombian armed forces will play a direct role in writing the official historical memory of the country’s armed conflict.

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