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Silvestre allegedly abused over 40 youths over a decade ago in mountainous Indigenous communities in the state of Oaxaca. Of those cases, only eight have been documented.

This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune, a nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization that informs Texans and engages with them about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. It's part of the news organization's "Border on ...
He runs a shelter in the state of Oaxaca for migrants and was exiled from the country for two years following death threats.
This spring, the Tribune interviewed dozens of U.S.-bound Central American migrants, from inner city San Salvador to the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Many provided tales of horrific encounters with gangs. Others spoke of .... More recently, the government ...
The 55-year-old former clergyman was handed the sanction after the girl's parents complained to the municipal government in Oaxaca, Mexico, rather than the police. The alleged rapist was only arrested after reports of the 'fine' sparked outrage across ...

The case has highlighted both Mexico's poor record at investigating sexual crimes, and a unique form of government in Oaxaca state, where many Indigenous communities are ruled by an idiosyncratic system popularly known as usos y costumbres ("traditions ...
Bautista said she had accompanied government workers in the field and seen the problems first-hand. But, she said, "it is necessary to understand that it is not easy to incorporate something new" in the rural communities where traditional customs have ...
Yet overall, the cost of making the transition to a low-carbon future is measured in trillions. This quickly takes us far beyond the realm of public funds since no government - no matter how rich - can finance climate action through taxation and ...
But analysts say more recent attacks are not motivated by any anti-clerical sentiment, and are instead simply a reflection of the bloodletting unleashed by power struggles between organised crime groups and the government. Although many drug ...
Mexico City (AP) - Mexican immigration officials say five gunmen on motorcycles brazenly attacked a government vehicle transporting 25 immigrants and a suspected human trafficker, helping the smuggler and migrants to escape.
Mexican immigration officials say five gunmen on motorcycles brazenly attacked a government vehicle transporting 25 immigrants and a suspected human trafficker, helping the smuggler and migrants to escape.
Even if the people of San Pablo Quiatoni "are not used to women voting, and much less being part of the government . . . we find it appropriate to declare the election invalid," said the institute.
Mexico City - Mexican immigration officials say five gunmen on motorcycles brazenly attacked a government vehicle transporting 25 immigrants and a suspected human trafficker, helping the smuggler and migrants to escape.
Still, there is a prevailing feeling here and abroad that the Mexican government alone cannot be left to figure out who was behind the violence in Iguala in Guerrero State on the night of Sept.
This hadn't sat well with the women of Guevea de Humboldt, a municipality in the southern state of Oaxaca where only men were allowed to vote.
During the 2016 clashes in the Mexican state of Oaxaca between the military and teachers protesting educational reforms, the military killed ten people, including 19-year-old Jes?

In 2007, Mexico's government adopted the General Law on women's Access to a Life Free of Violence, which defined and codified the term femicide in Mexico.
In 2007, Mexico's government adopted the General Law on women's Access to a Life Free of Violence, which defined and codified the term femicide in Mexico.
Serralde paid less than 20 percent of the system's total cost, with the nonprofit covering the majority through government funds and private donations. Without the assistance, he ... That's double what they earned in their home state of Oaxaca. (AP ...
Serralde paid less than 20 percent of the system's total cost, with the nonprofit covering the majority through government funds and private donations. Without the assistance, he likely would not have been able to come up with the $900 needed to ...
Serralde paid less than 20 percent of the system's total cost, with the nonprofit covering the majority through government funds and private donations. Without the assistance, he likely would not have been able to come up with the $900 needed to ...
The tension over neoliberal education reforms in Mexico's southern State of Oaxaca continues to escalate as the school year looms.
The tension over neoliberal education reforms in Mexico's southern State of Oaxaca continues to escalate as the school year looms.
After a marathon session inside the "Ernesto Che Guevara" auditorium, teachers affiliated with the militant National Coordinator of education workers in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas voted Thursday to accept a government proposal and end their ...
Mexico is looking to wind farms to reach its renewable energy targets. However, completion of wind projects has proven challenging as negotiations between Indigenous communities and developers have sometimes ended in long delays and even project ...
The operation against the powerful Jalisco New Generation cartel was one of the most violent clashes to have taken place since the government launched an anti-drug campaign in 2006. The gun battle killed 42 suspects along with a police officer.
The decision came Friday night after a vote by teachers and school employees affiliated with the militant National Coordinator of education workers union (CNTE) in Oaxaca state. "These 111 days of struggle have taught us to organize ourselves. But with ...
In June, several people were killed in the southern state of Oaxaca after police clashed with demonstrators. Security continues to be a problem.
... Interior Osorio Chong that the Mexican state was prepared to act to "preserve the rule of law," justifying the use of force in the name of schoolchildren in Chiapas and the neighboring state of Oaxaca who have not returned to their classrooms ...
A radical offshoot of the teachers union, the National Coordinator of education workers (CNTE), has been tussling with the government since 2012 in an effort to quash the reform, which seeks to get rid of ill-prepared educators, all the while tearing ...
Meanwhile, the teachers' union said on Saturday it would intensify its protests in the state of Oaxaca, blocking highways and even cutting off access to the Pemex oil refinery in Salina Cruz.
A popular revolt against a tyrannical governor became a social experiment to apply the governance practices of the indigenous peoples constituting the majority of its population at the level of the state of Oaxaca (3.9 million inhabitants). .... Self ...
The government has responded by cracking down on the protesters. Federal police are accused of killing as many as 11 people in a clash in the southern state of Oaxaca in June. The deaths followed the forced disappearance in 2014 of 43 teachers' college ...
"We need a lot of things in our school, especially internet access," said Loida Ortega, a high school teacher from the Mexican state of Oaxaca. "One of our major tasks and homework here was to create a project that we can ... "This conviction is the ...
Approximately160 dancers from six different groups hailing from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, wearing more than 125 colorful costumes (44 of them donated by the Mexican government), presented 17 traditional dances, including favorites such as ...
Oaxaca City - teachers opposed to the government's education reforms resumed blocking roads Tuesday Aug. 23 in the southern state of Oaxaca, where public schools remain closed, EFE news agency reported. Members of Local 22 of the CNTE teachers union ...
Morales, from the mostly Indigenous Zapotec town of Tlacolula de Matamoros in the southern state of Oaxaca, was arrested in January.
Luis Rey finished second in the junior category behind Oaxaca state's Jhony Corzo at the competition. The Mexican Surfing Federation calls them "the two best youths in the country.
... also to involvement of government officials in brutal acts of violence and their coverup, such as the disappearance and likely murder by the army and police of the Ayotzinapa 43 teaching students in September 2014 in Guerrero State, and the recent ...
JAISAL NOOR, TRNN: In an update to a story the Real News has been following, striking Mexican teachers in the southern state of Oaxaca say the school year will not begin as scheduled next week if their demands to curb neoliberal education reform are ...
Mexican youth keep the fire burning against government's handling of missing students · LuisChaparro ... On June 19, riot police are forced to fall back as they battle with protesting teachers who were blocking a federal highway in the state of Oaxaca ...
Max Nunez/Xinhua/Sipa USA/TNS Federal police clash with members of the National Coordinator of education workers (CNTE, for its acronym in Spanish) during an operation to clear the Oaxaca-Mexico Highway near the town of Nochixtlan, state of Oaxaca ...
teachers opposed to government education reform plans have been blocking highways in Oaxaca state for weeks. Officials say the blockades have cost tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue and in some cases led to shortages of food and gasoline.
Although you live and work in a world dominated by English and Spanish, your native language is Triqui, a variant of the Mixtecan language spoken by the indigenous people of the western part of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Suddenly, you find yourself ...
The southern Mexican state of Oaxaca just hosted one of the most important cultural festivals in Latin America: the Guelaguetza.
... the main source of income for the state of Oaxaca. The reasons for the actions of the teachers' union and the reactions of educational authorities and the federal government have been discussed on countless occasions, and the reason for this ...
Oaxaca - Striking teachers in the southern state of Oaxaca demanding the repeal of Mexico's controversial 2013 education overhaul attempted to disrupt the traditional Guelaguetza festival on Monday Aug. 1. From 7:30 a.m.
On Sunday, 19 June, demonstrators blocked a highway - a common form of protest in Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca - after the federal government arrested leaders of the state's teachers union. Heavily armed police then fired on teachers, students, ...
Mediation is gaining prevalence in Mexico, as is reflected in recent efforts by Mexico's National Mediation Commission to reconcile the differences between the Mexican government and education workers (CNTE) on July 18, 2016. The mediation session's ...


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