Justice eludes Mexico parents

Parents lose supreme court battle one year after nursery fire killed 49 children.

    One year ago, 49 children died in a fire at a state-run nursery in northern Mexico.

    Scores more suffered burns and smoke inhalation.

    The children's parents had hoped Mexico's supreme court would help them punish those responsible.

    But, as Mariana Sanchez reports, they are still fighting for justice.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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