Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam says his office is investigating previous allegations of abuse at a children's home in the city of Zamora. The home, where more than 450 children lived, was raided on Tuesday after parents said their ... BBC, 2 months ago
Mama of Mexican childrens shelter accused of horrific abuses skirts prosecution - Big News Network, 2 months ago
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Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said police also rescued 138 adults from the Great Family group home in the city of Zamora. The group home residents were kept in deplorable conditions, fed rotten food and made to sleep on the floor among rats, ...Times Live South Africa, 2 months ago 458 children rescued from group home in Mexico FOXNews.com, 2 months ago 458 children rescued in raid Asian Connection, 2 months ago Rescued children beaten by handlers IOL, 2 months ago
Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam says the woman who founded the shelter where about 600 people were rescued shows "symptoms characteristic of senility." Authorities said over the weekend that 79-year-old Rosa Verduzco had been released from a ...FOXNews.com, 2 months ago
Mexico City, September 9, 2014 The Attorneys General of El Salvador, the United States, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico met today in Mexico City to discuss their perspectives on the shared responsibility for the recent wave of unaccompanied ...US Embassy Mexico: Mexico City, 5 days ago US, Mexico, CentrAm join forces on child migrants News.net, 2 weeks ago AFP - Mexico-US-CentrAm-immigration-crime Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago US, Mexico, Central America join forces on child migrants Rappler, 2 weeks ago
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— U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne joined U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Assistant Secretary for International Affairs Alan Bersin, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske and Principal Deputy Assistant ...US Embassy Mexico: Mexico City, 2 weeks ago
Mexico's takeover of Oceanografia SA is proving anything but a rescue for the oil services provider. Oceanografia, the provider of offshore services to the oil industry through a fleet of at least 50 ships, is spending more money each month than ...BusinessWeek, 1 month ago Oceanografia Ships Said to Be Idle Amid Losses: Corporate Mexico Washington Post, 1 month ago Oceanografia Ships Sit Idle Amid Losses -Source GCaptain, 1 month ago
MEXICO CITY: Human rights groups yesterday said that US-bound migrants passing through Mexico routinely face abuses, discrimination and even torture. With the United States gearing efforts to curb a surge of unaccompanied minors mostly from ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 months ago 607 rescued from Mexican shelter Japan Times, 2 months ago Sex abuse turns Mexican group home into house of horror Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2 months ago Mexico: Sex abuse at group home house of horror Jakarta Post, 2 months ago
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Mexico City - The elderly founder of a Mexican shelter accused of serious child abuse has been released from hospital where she had undergone a series of tests. Doctors at the exclusive Puerta de Hierro Medical Centre near the western city of ...IOL, 2 months ago Mexican shelter chief leaves hospital amid abuse claims ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago Some defend founder of Mexican shelter Miami Herald, 2 months ago
_ In an odd and contradictory tale of abuse and protection, authorities say they rescued nearly 500 children from a shelter in the western state of Michoacan, where they were reportedly exposed to bug-infested food, rapes and filthy conditions. Yet ...Chicago Tribune, 2 months ago
ZAMORA, Mexico Relatives of youths rescued by police from a refuse-strewn group home where employees allegedly beat and raped residents are telling of how they tried to remove their loved ones, only to be met with demands for thousands of dollars ...Pakistan Today, 2 months ago Raided Mexican group home residents faced rape, beatings and forced starvation: officials CBC, 2 months ago
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