In Michoacán, Mexico, a woman whose father and two brothers were disappeared in separate incidents speaks out about the country’s missing and murdered, criticising the government and its smokescreen “War on drugs”.

A group of women embroider the faces of missing loved ones on pieces of white fabric, exhibiting them in the Plaza de Armas – a busy, leafy square in the historic centre of Morelia, the prosperous capital of Mexico’s mountainous south-western state of Michoacán.

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