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Parents and other relatives of the 43 missing students from the Ayotzinapa's teachers school attend the reading of the final report from the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) in Mexico City on Sunday. Yuri Cortez /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, shown here on March 9 in San Cristobal, Mexico, has called Donald Trump "a false prophet." Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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A Former Mexican President Looks At Trump And Sees A 'Dictator'

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Mexicans set fire to an effigy of Donald Trump during Holy Week celebrations in Mexico City on March 26. Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The View From Mexico On Donald Trump

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A boy is ready to take a swing on the streets of San Pedro de Macoris, a provincial capital of the Dominican Republic. Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Donald Trump campaigns in Arizona in December 2015. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Arizona Primary, Business Community Fears Trump Will Inspire Backlash

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In this file photo, Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles speaks during an interview Dec. 1, 2013. Mireles is one of the subjects of the new film Cartel Land which follows vigilante groups fighting drug gangs. Omar Torres/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Cartel Land' Follows Vigilantes Fighting Mexican Drug Gangs

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A Mexican soldier stands guard next to marijuana packages in Tijuana following the discovery of a tunnel under the U.S.-Mexico border in 2010. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Narconomics': How The Drug Cartels Operate Like Wal-Mart And McDonald's

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Pope Francis waves from the popemobile upon arrival in Ecatepec — a rough, crime-plagued Mexico City suburb — on Sunday. Pope Francis has chosen to visit some of Mexico's most troubled regions during his five-day trip to the country. Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Riot police were deployed Wednesday night outside Topo Chico prison in Monterrey, Mexico, where at least 52 people died in rioting and a fire. Francisco Cobos/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Walter Thompson-Hernandez displays a photograph of his parents, Kerry Thompson and Ellie Hernandez. Thompson-Hernandez identifies as a "blaxican" — another term for Afro-Mexican, the identity soon to be included on the Mexican census for the first time. Walter Thompson-Hernandez hide caption

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Now Counted By Their Country, Afro-Mexicans Grab Unprecedented Spotlight

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A vendor shows a t-shirt with the face of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán for sale in Mexico City on July 20, 2015. ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'People Are Still Dying On The Streets' In Mexico's Drug War

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Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán was captured by Mexican marines on Friday. He now faces extradition to the U.S., though it will likely be a lengthy process. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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