International Women’s Day: 60 People Injured In Protests

Police in Mexico have clashed with protesters, following a huge march marking International Women’s Day.
About 80,000 people took to the streets to highlight the country’s rising levels of violence against women.
The rally began peacefully, but police say some groups threw petrol bombs and officers responded with tear gas. More than 60 people were injured.
Tensions are high ahead of a strike in Mexico on Monday when women will strike in protest at gender-based violence.
An estimated 10 women are killed each day in the country and police are investigating more than 700 cases of femicide, the killing of women.
Last month,hundreds of women protested against the murder of 25 years old Ingrid Escamilla,, who was allegedly stabbed and mutilated by her partner.