A group of relatives of the drug war’s disappeared in the city of Veracruz took it upon themselves to search for their loved ones. In the past two months, they’ve discovered nearly 100 graves.
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Now we report on a daily routine in Mexico. Each day, for the past two months, a group of mothers travels to an isolated hillside. The mothers put on gloves and masks and start digging. They’re searching for loved ones who went missing in Mexico’s drug wars. And they’ve uncovered nearly 100 graves in the port city of Veracruz. NPR’s Carrie Kahn reports.