MEXICO-CRIME-VIOLENCE-KIDNAP-MASS GRAVE : News Photo

MEXICO-CRIME-VIOLENCE-KIDNAP-MASS GRAVE

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Mexican police officers are seen patrolling rural tracks near a park in the municipality of Tlalmanalco, some 30 km southeast of Mexico City on August 22, 2013, where at least 7 bodies were discovered in a mass grave. Mexican authorities dug up the muddy mass grave and were investigating Thursday if the remains belong to 12 young people whose kidnapping in May shocked the capital. Mexico City's top prosecutor, Rodolfo Rios, said the remains of seven people have been recovered since the search began in a park on Wednesday and that workers are still digging for more bodies. The victims were kidnapped from a downtown bar in broad daylight on a Sunday morning three months ago in a case that raised concerns about security in Mexico City, which has been relatively immune from the country's drug cartel violence. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT (Photo credit should read Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mexican police officers are seen patrolling rural tracks near a park in the municipality of Tlalmanalco, some 30 km southeast of Mexico City on August 22, 2013, where at least 7 bodies were discovered in a mass grave. Mexican authorities dug up the muddy mass grave and were investigating Thursday if the remains belong to 12 young people whose kidnapping in May shocked the capital. Mexico City's top prosecutor, Rodolfo Rios, said the remains of seven people have been recovered since the search began in a park on Wednesday and that workers are still digging for more bodies. The victims were kidnapped from a downtown bar in broad daylight on a Sunday morning three months ago in a case that raised concerns about security in Mexico City, which has been relatively immune from the country's drug cartel violence. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT (Photo credit should read Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mexican police officers are seen patrolling rural tracks near a park... News Photo 17721715230 Kilometer,Dead Person,Grave,Horizontal,Human Settlement,Latin America,Law,Mass,Mass Grave,Mexico,Mexico City,Park,Police Force,Rural Scene,Setting,Surveillance,TrackPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMexican police officers are seen patrolling rural tracks near a park in the municipality of Tlalmanalco, some 30 km southeast of Mexico City on August 22, 2013, where at least 7 bodies were discovered in a mass grave. Mexican authorities dug up the muddy mass grave and were investigating Thursday if the remains belong to 12 young people whose kidnapping in May shocked the capital. Mexico City's top prosecutor, Rodolfo Rios, said the remains of seven people have been recovered since the search began in a park on Wednesday and that workers are still digging for more bodies. The victims were kidnapped from a downtown bar in broad daylight on a Sunday morning three months ago in a case that raised concerns about security in Mexico City, which has been relatively immune from the country's drug cartel violence. AFP PHOTO/RONALDO SCHEMIDT (Photo credit should read Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images)