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Mexico Pt1: Young women struggling to survive in Ecatepec

By Alix Hardy

When you are seventeen, meeting your friends and escaping your parents’ control is usually a major occupation. But that’s not the way it goes for young girls in Ecatepec, a tentacular municipality neighbouring the capital, Mexico city. In the first of a four-part series on the problems facing women in Mexico, Alix Hardy has this report from Mexico City.

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