Audio slideshow: The missing women of Mexico

Mexico's Ciudad Juarez is one of the world's most dangerous cities. The latest wave of disappearances in the city is largely unnoticed because of the increased focus on the region's problems with drug-associated violence. The victims are all young women, police have no clue what has happened to them and families are becoming increasingly frustrated as their cases remain unsolved.

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Photography and audio by Monica Ortiz Uribe.

Monica is a reporter for Public Radio International's The World

Publication date 5 September 2010.

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