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Children from El Matazano school in Ilopango, El Salvador, stare at the body of Petrona Rivas, the mother of two of their classmates. Around ten people a day are murdered in El Salvador. Authorities believe street gangs are behind the crime wave.

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People gather around the body of Thiago Franklino de Lima (21), who was killed in the Coque slum in Recife, northeastern Brazil.

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Henry Agudelo. A homeless woman washes beside a river in Medellin, Colombia

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GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA – DECEMBER 10, 2008: The ‘Garden of Angels’ of the “Fundation Sobrevivientes" (Survivors Foundation), which is fighting against impunity for gender crimes. Currently, less that 1% of murder cases with female victims are solved. The victims are represented by a wooden pink cross with their clothes draped over it.

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