Antonia Hinojosa speaks to the Associated Press outside of her protest camp in Ciudad Juarez, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016. Hinojosa, a mother of two, who is one of about a dozen workers in a protest encampment outside the gates of an Eaton Industries plant on the outskirts of Juarez, is demanding better wages and more vacation time. Freed of the worst of the violence, Ciudad Juarez has settled back in to the more common, but more stubborn problems facing Mexico’s booming border cities: deep social inequality and waves of migrants coming north from Central America or deported south from the United States. But, Hinojosa warns, “If you really want to eliminate violence, you have to provide decent-paid jobs. The violence is going to continue as long as there are low-paid jobs”. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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