Former nun helps Mexican women

Many of the hundreds of women murdered in northern Mexico in the past 15 years hail from the border town of Anapra, one of the most violent and marginalized communities in Mexico. And while international attention on the "femicides" is abating, the psychology of fear, the cycle of poverty, and a stubborn macho culture are now stirred by a wave of drug-trafficking violence in nearby Ciudad Juárez.Click here for full story