Quake Victims in Oaxaca and Chiapas Feel Neglected by Government
John Holman - Al Jazeera English
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October 9, 2017

More than three million Mexicans were affected by last month's earthquake which hit the impoverished Southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas. Ten days later another quake hit Mexico City and international attention shifted to the capital.

There are still thousands of Mexicans in the South whose houses have been destroyed and who are waiting for government assistance.

Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Chiapas.

Related: Time Stands Still for Town in Xochimilco, as Residents Wait for Authorities to Show Up (Mexico News Daily)

Related: Many in Mexico Think the Government and Political Parties Are Hampering Aid Efforts (NACLA)

Related: On Columbus Day, Move4Mexico Dance Group Raises Money for Indigenous Earthquake Victims (NBC News)

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