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Parents of 'Missing 43' Demand Justice for Their Children; Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 2015

Parents of 'Missing 43' Demand Justice for Their Children; Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 2015

Taken on 2015-08-26

Parents of 'Missing 43' demand justice for their children 11 months after their disappearance in Iguala, Mexico.

Source: Revolution News/Twitter

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-09-30

Mexico's Palacio Nacional Attacked by Protesters, November 2014

Mexico's Palacio Nacional Attacked by Protesters, November 2014

Taken on 2014-11-09

A group of protesters set fire to the wooden door of the ceremonial Palacio Nacional in Mexico City, denouncing the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers in Guerero State. The massacre was allegedly conducted by cartel forces under government direction and politician José Luis Abarca has been arrested. (Please see Imgur copyright policy).

Source: pepemigala/Imgur

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-11-12

Protests over missing Mexican students; Iguala, Mexico, Oct-Dec 2014

Protests over missing Mexican students; Iguala, Mexico, Oct-Dec 2014

Taken on 2014-12-18

Thousands protest after 43 students disappeared in Iguala, Mexico. Officials say they were handed over by authorities to a local drug gang. This is an example of the larger problem of the impunity regarding numerous enforced disappearances. Mexico's Attorney General stated there is no doubt that the 43 students were murdered and their remains incinerated and dumped into a river in the nearby town of Cocula.

Source: Wikipedia, Voice of America, Global Voices

Uploaded by Taylor on 2015-06-27

Bombing in Nuevo Laredo, Mex.

Bombing in Nuevo Laredo, Mex.

Taken on 2012-06-29

A car bomb exploded outside the city hall of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas on 29 June 2012. Seven people were injured in the attack. Nobody has publicly claimed responsibility for the blast but the city has been under siege and torn apart by rival drug cartels: Los Zetas, the Gulf Cartel, and the Sinaloa Cartel. This picture was taken by an anonymous photographer and uploaded to Facebook to report the incident. The picture has been used freely by several media outlets.

Source: Anonymous Photographer, CC

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-01-15

American Warships Cruise Through Veracruz, Mexico, 1914

American Warships Cruise Through Veracruz, Mexico, 1914

Taken on 1914-04-15

The US fleet at Veracruz in april 1914.

Source: Hadsell/Wikipedia

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-09-09

Francisco Madero & Southern Mexican Revolutionary Leaders; Cuernavaca, Mexico, June 1911

Francisco Madero & Southern Mexican Revolutionary Leaders; Cuernavaca, Mexico, June 1911

Taken on 1911-06-12

Emiliano Zapata appears on the far-right. He can be recognised by the tricolour band across his chest.

Source: Photograph transferred from es.wikipedia to Commons; photographer unknown.

Uploaded by Nimm0810 on 2016-07-13

A boy with Mexican Federal Army Ammunition; Mexico, 1913

A boy with Mexican Federal Army Ammunition; Mexico, 1913

Exact date taken unknown

A boy with mexican federal army ammunition (there is no reason to believe that he was a real soldier). 1913г.

Source: Archivo General de la Nación photograph presumably by Agustín Víctor Casasola

Uploaded by Nimm0810 on 2016-07-06

Mexican Anarchist Journalists in Los Angeles Prison, California USA, 1917

Mexican Anarchist Journalists in Los Angeles Prison, California USA, 1917

Taken on 1917-01-01 *

Ricardo and Enrique Flores Magón were noted Mexican anarchists and social reform activists. Followers of the Magón brothers were known as Magonistas. He has been considered an important participant in the social movement that sparked the Mexican Revolution.

Source: Photographer unknown

Uploaded by Nimm0810 on 2016-07-11

President Madero & Advisers; Mexico, Mexican Revolution, 1911

President Madero & Advisers; Mexico, Mexican Revolution, 1911

Exact date taken unknown

Northern leaders of the revolt against Díaz pose for a photo after the First Battle of Juárez. Present are José María Pino Suárez, Venustiano Carranza, Francisco I. Madero (and his father), Pascual Orozco, Pancho Villa, Gustavo Madero, Raul Madero, Abraham González, and Giuseppe Garibaldi Jr.

Source: Published by Bains News Service - Flickr Commons project, 2008.

Uploaded by Nimm0810 on 2016-07-11