Mexico kidnappings leave families in despair

Tens of thousands of Mexicans have gone missing over the past six years, with relatives still seaching for justice.
Last Modified: 23 Dec 2012 07:17

The lives of the Ceron Moreno family changed forever when their son Alain was kidnapped on Christmas Eve, one year ago.

He became one of tens of thousands of Mexicans who have gone missing over the past six years.

In the final report of a special series, Al Jazeera looks at what life has been like for the family over the past year.

Rachel Levin reports from Cuernavaca in Mexico.


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