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Website documents Mexico human rights abuses

People hold posters of disappeared students during a protest in Mexico city, on September 26, 2015, to commemorate the first anniversary of Ayotzinapa school students disappearanceA website documenting notorious cases of human rights abuses in Mexico was launched Tuesday but activists voiced concern that the authorities withheld a trove of documents, pictures and videos. The website, www.memoriayverdad.mx, is a project by the Iberoamericana University, three non-governmental organizations and the governmental national transparency institute, or INAI. The INAI managed to declassify some information.

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