Mexico: Femicide protesters march in Mexico City after carpool murder case

Hundreds of protesters took the streets of Mexico City to protest femicide and domestic violence against women after a case of a woman was found dead after using a ride-sharing app, Sunday. The case has sparked outrage across the country, with the protesters citing numerous other victims of spousal abuse and murder. «It's a march to show our support and to get justice for victims of femicide... Еще and violence, not just in Mexico or Mexico City or Juarez or other places, but in all countries,» said one of the demonstrators. 19-year-old Mara Fernanda Castilla went missing in Puebla City in the beginning of September after using Cabify taxi service. Her body was found near a motel in the state capital of Puebla on September 16. Mexican authorities have arrested the taxi driver on suspicion of Castilla's murder.

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