Enforced disappearances still an appalling reality in the Americas - 29 August 2013Headline Title: Enforced disappearances still an appalling reality in the Americas Enforced disappearances in the Americas are not only an inheritance of the dark past of the authoritarian governments of the 1970s and 80s, but also an appalling ongoing practice, Amnesty Internati Enforced disappearances in the Americas are not only an inheritance of the dark past of the authoritarian governments of the 1970s and 80s, but also an appalling ongoing practice. Media Node: Mexico disappeared Story Location: Mexique 22° 19' 42.2328" N, 101° 15' 0" W “For truth and justice to prevail, it’s absolutely essential that the victims’ relatives find out the whereabouts of their disappeared loved ones” Source: Guadalupe Marengo, Americas Programme director at Amnesty International URL: Five things you should know about disappearances Description: Feature, 30 August 2013 URL: Mexico: Relatives of the disappeared deserve more than promises Description: News story/report, 4 June 2013 URL: Brazil: "Suspect" goes missing from police custody: Amarildo Souza Lima Description: Urgent action, 2 August 2013 URL: Dominican Republic: 'Shut up if you don't want to be killed!': Human rights violations by police in the Dominican Republic Description: Report, 25 October 2011
Danilo Medina, del Partido de la Liberación Dominicana, fue elegido presidente en mayo y tomó posesión del cargo
Danilo Medina, membre du Parti de la libération dominicaine (PLD), a été élu président en mai et a pris ses fonctions en ao
Danilo Medina of the Party for the Dominican Liberation was elected President in May and took office in August.