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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN
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March 07, 2014
Family members and friends stand next to a coffin holding the remains of Idaly Jauche Laguna in Ciudad...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Family members and friends stand next to a coffin holding the remains of Idaly Jauche Laguna in Ciudad...
Family members and friends stand next to a coffin holding the remains of Idaly Jauche Laguna in Ciudad Juarez December 27, 2013. Idaly disappeared in 2010 and her remains were found in 2012, positively identified by members of the Argentine Forensic Athropology team (EAFF), and handed over to the family. The U.S.-Mexico border has long been a dangerous place for women. More than one-fifth of the women killed in Mexico in 2012 were slain in three of the four states neighboring Texas, according to the national statistics agency. Most infamous is Chihuahua, home to Ciudad Juarez, where hundreds of women were murdered or disappeared in the 1990s. With 22.7 murders for every 100,000 women in 2012, Chihuahua is still Mexico's most dangerous state for women. Picture taken December 27, 2013. To match Feature MEXICO-VIOLENCE/WOMEN REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
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