A decade after two-dozen women were sexually assaulted and beaten by police following protests outside of Mexico City, an international human rights commission is demanding a full investigation into the officials responsible for the incident and its potential cover-up, including the president of the country, Enrique Pena Nieto, who was the state governor at the time.  Read more at the  New York Times .

A decade after two-dozen women were sexually assaulted and beaten by police following protests outside of Mexico City, an international human rights commission is demanding a full investigation into the officials responsible for the incident and its potential cover-up, including the president of the country, Enrique Pena Nieto, who was the state governor at the time.

Read more at the New York Times.

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 A decade after two-dozen women were sexually assaulted and beaten by police following protests outside of Mexico City, an international human rights commission is demanding a full investigation into the officials responsible for the incident and its potential cover-up, including the president of the country, Enrique Pena Nieto, who was the state governor at the time.  Read more at the  New York Times .
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2016_07_15_DB_Mexico_1037.jpg
2016_07_14_DB_Mexico_0756.jpg
2016_07_28_DB_Mexico_6638.jpg
2016_07_27_DB_Mexico_4652.jpg
2016_07_28_DB_Mexico_5721.jpg
2016_07_26_DB_Mexico_3158.jpg
2016_07_26_DB_Mexico_3922.jpg
2016_07_26_DB_Mexico_2857.jpg
2016_07_26_DB_Mexico_2126.jpg

A decade after two-dozen women were sexually assaulted and beaten by police following protests outside of Mexico City, an international human rights commission is demanding a full investigation into the officials responsible for the incident and its potential cover-up, including the president of the country, Enrique Pena Nieto, who was the state governor at the time.

Read more at the New York Times.

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