Mexico quake : Anger grows over lax construction standards

Anger is mounting in Mexico City in the aftermath of the recent earthquake as evidence has emerged of failure to enforce strict building standards.

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    Anger is mounting in Mexico City in the aftermath of the recent earthquake as evidence has emerged of failure to enforce strict building standards.

    More than 400 people died and about 150,000 buildings were damaged.

    Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Mexico City.


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