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Posted: 12:50 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012
The faces of missing women and children will be displayed on packages of tortillas, not milk cartons, in Chihuahua. The "Disappearances in Juárez Must Disappear" campaign, begun a year ago, was launched as a means of speeding up the Alba Alert process, reported our news partner the El Paso Times. The Alba Alert is similar to the Amber Alert in the United States. Tortilla factories in Juárez also are part of this campaign. The tortillas are being sold wrapped with the information on how to report a missing person to the authorities, officials from Department of Foster Development said. Chihuahua state government delivered those wrappers to 36 tortilla factories operating in 20 high-risk neighborhoods in Juárez.
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