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  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia holds up a pen after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia holds up a pen after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:00:37 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (L) holds up a pen after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia looks on after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia looks on after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 12:54:44 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (L) looks on after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 11:07:35 PM EST
    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. dorder. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas cast their shadows during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas cast their shadows during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 11:03:20 PM EST
    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas cast their shadows during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 10:57:38 PM EST
    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas carry a banner as they march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The banner reads "National pact of justice and dignity'" REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas carries a doll depicting a federal policeman, during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas carries a doll depicting a federal policeman, during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 10:52:09 PM EST
    A demonstrator from El Paso, Texas carries a doll depicting a federal policeman, during a march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The placard reads "We are all Juarez". REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO)
  •  - Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 10:48:40 PM EST
    A demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - People from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    People from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 10:43:47 PM EST
    People from El Paso, Texas march in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The placard reads "We are tired of your war". REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march over the Lerdo de Tejada international bridge, which connects Ciudad Juarez to El Paso, in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia in Ciudad

    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march over the Lerdo de Tejada international bridge, which connects Ciudad Juarez to El Paso, in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia in Ciudad

    Posted: 6/10/2011 10:40:50 PM EST
    Demonstrators from El Paso, Texas march over the Lerdo de Tejada international bridge, which connects Ciudad Juarez to El Paso, in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - People stand next to a patrol car at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez

    People stand next to a patrol car at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 5:30:15 PM EST
    People stand next to a patrol car at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Javier Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
  •  - A police cordon is seen at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez

    A police cordon is seen at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 5:16:22 PM EST
    A police cordon is seen at a crime scene where two men were gunned down by unknown assailants on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Javier Sicilia, a crusading Mexican poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A woman releases balloons during a rally in support of victims of feminicides in Ciudad Juarez

    A woman releases balloons during a rally in support of victims of feminicides in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 5:12:44 PM EST
    A woman releases balloons during a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in support of victims of feminicides in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - People light candles next to crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally in Ciudad Juarez

    People light candles next to crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 5:09:21 PM EST
    People light candles next to crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The crosses had been placed by relatives at the location of the first shallow graves attributed to the serial murders, where eight women's bodies were found eighteen years ago. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A woman holds a cardboard figure after a rally to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez

    A woman holds a cardboard figure after a rally to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 5:04:15 PM EST
    A woman holds a cardboard figure after a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans began a week-long procession through Mexico on Saturday to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that will end in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A woman posts a flyer with information about missing women next to cardboard figures after a rally to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez

    A woman posts a flyer with information about missing women next to cardboard figures after a rally to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 4:57:00 PM EST
    A woman posts a flyer with information about missing women next to cardboard figures after a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia to support victims of feminicides, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans began a week-long procession through Mexico on Saturday to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that will end in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Relatives of missing women hold flyers with information about their loved ones after a rally led by Mexican poet Sicilia to support victims of feminicide in Ciudad Juarez

    Relatives of missing women hold flyers with information about their loved ones after a rally led by Mexican poet Sicilia to support victims of feminicide in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 4:54:34 PM EST
    Relatives of missing women hold flyers with information about their loved ones after a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia to support victims of feminicide in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans began a week-long procession through Mexico on Saturday to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that will end in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The sign reads "In Juarez, justice first". REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 4:47:28 PM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST PROFILE)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 4:45:33 PM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia attends a news conference at the Autonomous University in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST PROFILE)
  •  - A woman prays next to pink crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez

    A woman prays next to pink crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 4:43:38 PM EST
    A woman prays next to pink crosses erected in memory of some of the women murdered since 1993, before a rally led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The crosses had been placed by relatives at the location of the first shallow graves attributed to the serial murders, where eight women's bodies were found eighteen years ago. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A woman reenacts a crucifixion as the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia arrives in Ciudad Juarez

    A woman reenacts a crucifixion as the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia arrives in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/10/2011 9:43:44 AM EST
    A woman reenacts a crucifixion as the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia arrives in Ciudad Juarez June 9, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans began a week-long procession through Mexico on Saturday to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that will end in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. Picture taken June 9, 2011. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY RELIGION)


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