Embedded Player In the past decade, nearly 100 young women have been murdered in a grisly series of sexual homicides in the ramshackle border town of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. NPR's John Burnett talks to the city's most vulnerable women -- factory workers, students, prostitutes -- and to groups seaching for answers, and safety. View a photo gallery, and listen to an extended interview with women's right advocates fighting for safer streets.