Mexican memorial to victims of violence stirs controversy


Mexican authorities are inaugurating a memorial to victims of drug-related violence.

Some Mexicans see it as a fitting tribute to the tens of thousands who have died or disappeared. But to others, the memorial does very little in the government's fight against organised crime.

Daniel Gallas reports.

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