Human rights organizations are joining together to condemn
and call for urgent
following the horrific attacks against an international
human rights caravan in Oaxaca earlier this week.
On Tuesday, April 27th a caravan of 25 human rights observers, reporters
and teachers was ambushed
by an armed group of paramilitaries in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Two members of the delegation were killed in this attack, Betty Alberta
Cariño, the director of Center for Community Support Working Together
(CACTUS) along with Tyri Antero Jaakkola, a human rights observer from
Finland, with 15 more reported