Mexican women march to highlight anti-female violence

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A woman in Mexico City protesting against the murder of Mara Fernanda Castilla (17/09/2017)Image source, AFP
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The death of Mara Fernanda Castilla in the city of Puebla prompted marches across Mexico on Sunday.
Women en Puebla protesting against the murder. The sign reads "No more male chauvinist violence". (17/09/2017)Image source, Reuters
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Mara Fernanda had gone missing earlier this month after hailing a ride with an app-based taxi service. Her body was found on Friday.
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Police in the city of Puebla have arrested the taxi driver on suspicion of her murder.
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Thousands of women across Mexico took part in marches in different cities to demand an end to violence against women.
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The National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) says five women are killed every day in Mexico.
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Studies show 63% of Mexican women and girls aged 15 and over have suffered some sort of violence.