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The men, all from the Orozco Medina family in Nuevo Zirosto, were taken away by armed men believed to be members of the security forces.
Mexico is failing to protect women from increasing levels of violence, a new Amnesty International report says.
An activist for human rights in Chiapas State was threatened with death as a reprisal for bringing a case against public officials. She and her family are ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/049/2012
The Orozco Medina family, peasant farmers in Nuevo Zirosto, Municipio de Uruapan, Michoacán State, Mexico, have been subject to a pattern of ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/048/2012
Amnesty International is submitting this information to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, in advance ...
Document AMR 41/041/2012
Two members of a community organisation that opposes mining operations in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca were shot and wounded on 16 June ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/044/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement Index: AMR 41/043/2012 19 June 2012 Mexico: Amnesty International condemns the murder of ...
Public Statement AMR 41/043/2012
The Mexican authorities must immediately and unconditionally release two indigenous men imprisoned after an unfair trial in the central state of Puebla
Indigenous activists José Ramón Aniceto Gómez and Pascual Agustín Cruz are victims of a justice system that often discriminates against poor and ...
Mexico: Mother and son harassed by police in Mexico
Urgent Action AMR 41/040/2012