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Protests erupt after reports police raped teenagers in Mexico

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand safety and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand safety and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand safety and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Women vandalize a vehicle during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women vandalize a vehicle during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women vandalize a vehicle during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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A photographer reacts as demonstrators throw colored powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A photographer reacts as demonstrators throw colored powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A photographer reacts as demonstrators throw colored powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Demonstrators spray a man who assaulted a member of the press during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Demonstrators spray a man who assaulted a member of the press during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Demonstrators spray a man who assaulted a member of the press during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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A wall of the Metrobus station is seen damaged by demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

A wall of the Metrobus station is seen damaged by demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

A wall of the Metrobus station is seen damaged by demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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Policewomen stand front demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Policewomen stand front demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Policewomen stand front demonstrators during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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A woman speaks with a police officer near the Angel de la Independencia monument, one day after a women's protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico August 17. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A woman speaks with a police officer near the Angel de la Independencia monument, one day after a women's protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico August 17. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A woman speaks with a police officer near the Angel de la Independencia monument, one day after a women's protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico August 17. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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A demonstrator speaks to policewomen during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

A demonstrator speaks to policewomen during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

A demonstrator speaks to policewomen during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

A policeman records with his cell phone during the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" demonstration in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif

Women take part in a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Mariana Greif
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A demostrator thrown coloured powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand for their safety in the city and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

A demostrator thrown coloured powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand for their safety in the city and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City,...more

A demostrator thrown coloured powder during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" to demand for their safety in the city and justice for two teenage girls that local media reported were apparently raped by policemen, in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16, 2019. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Women demonstrate at the "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" protest in Monterrey, Mexico August 16. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
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Demonstrators vandalize a Metrobus station during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Demonstrators vandalize a Metrobus station during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

Demonstrators vandalize a Metrobus station during a protest called "They Don't Protect Me, They Rape Me" in Mexico City, Mexico, August 16. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
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