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Photos show how fiery protesters using fake blood took over Mexico City in response to the rise of brutal killings of women

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

The grisly killing and mutilation of Ingrid Escamilla, a 25-year-old Mexican woman, set off a massive protest among activists who are concerned about the rising trend of femicide in the country.
Femicide, or the killing of a woman because of her gender, has been on the rise in the country, with concerns boiling over after Escamilla's death and widespread photos of her mutilated body.
Protests flooded the streets of Mexico City on Valentine's Day, with demonstrators launching fake blood and spray paint at the presidential palace in a bid for federal action.
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