Mexico Launches Database For More Than 100,000 ‘Missing’ Persons

Mexico’s federal prosecutor’s office (FGR) on Thursday announced that it is launching a database this month to help record and keep better track of the thousands of people who have gone missing in the country.

The tool is meant to gather the information that is spread across several databases, including those with information regarding clandestine graves, arrests, criminal records, torture crimes, fingerprints, and genetics, the FGR said.

In addition to 100,000 missing cases, it is estimated that more than 52,000 human remains continue to be unidentified.

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