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· August, 2015

Stories about Governance from August, 2015

10 Months On, Families March Across Mexico in Search of Missing Ayotzinapa Students

The parents say for the last 10 months they have lived through hell, but thanks to the support of many Mexicans, they have the strength to demand justice.

14 Journalists From Veracruz, Mexico Have Been Murdered During Governor Duarte's Rule

Most of them were critical of Durante, who took office in December 2010.

The Biggest Threat to Mexican Journalists Aren't Drug Cartels Anymore

Public officials and police officers are now suspected of most attacks against journalists.

#NepalQuake: When Human Trafficking Is not Earth-Shattering And More Needs To Be Done

Post-earthquake, an overwhelmed Nepali state struggles to develop a long-term vision to tackle the vultures of human trafficking within and beyond its borders.

Public Prosecutor's Office in Colombia to Monitor Twitter Accounts of Public Servants During Elections

Russia's Mustachioed Corruption

A day after Putin's press secretary wed, Russia’s most famous anti-corruption activist has published evidence that Dmitry Peskov wears a wristwatch worth at least $620,000.

Malaysia’s #AtTheEdge Campaign Challenges Media Censorship

"At a time when there are more questions than answers available regarding the financial scandal, the Ministry’s action appears to be a self-serving draconian attempt at shutting up inquisitive Malaysians."

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