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Website documents Mexico human rights abuses

A 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.
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