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The first few letters Mexican children learn to recite at the start of their faltering steps into reading and writing. Three symbols present on nursery walls across the country. Yet in the city of Hermosillo in the state of Sonora, those letters signify perhaps the bitterest day in recent Mexican history. On 5 June , the ABC day-care centre in Hermosillo caught fire while dozens of babies and infants were having their afternoon siesta inside. The blaze had started at a tyre depot next door and spread across the laminate roof to the adjoining nursery.

There was no sprinkler system and no fire extinguishers, the smoke detectors and alarms were faulty, and the staff were poorly trained. Desperate parents rushed to the scene. Julio Cesar Marquez was among them, his two-year-old son, Yeye, still trapped inside the burning building.

But that particular afternoon, my wife and I decided to go for lunch with my two eldest sons - something which happened very rarely," he says, still haunted by the recollection. He describes seeing a "column of thick, black smoke, very black" over the city and the awful realisation that it was not coming from a nearby petrol station but from the nursery itself. In total, 49 children died and 76 were badly injured in the blaze. Yeye Marquez was among the dead. The nursery was housed inside a converted warehouse as part of a private-public partnership in which the administration of local day-care centres was outsourced by the government.

Despite its clear failings, the ABC nursery passed a government safety inspection less than two weeks before the fire. Over the past five years, the parents of the victims have kept up the pressure on the authorities on two separate but related fronts. On 1 January this year, Delia Irene Botello Amante, the government official who carried out that final safety inspection of the nursery, was released from prison.

Following her release, no one - whether private individual or government official - is behind bars for the systemic failings which led to the ABC fire.

Daniel Gershenson, an activist with the pressure group 5 June Movement in Memory of the Victims, called Ms Botello's release "another link in the chain of impunity".

The other key part of the families' campaign is to prevent a similar tragedy from happening again. Through their website, members of the public can report instances of dangerous nurseries which the organisation will follow up. Despite an initial outpouring of public grief and support for the parents, changing the status quo has been an uphill struggle.

A law normalising safety standards in Mexican daycare centres, known as the 5 June Law, was passed under the previous administration. It's such a passive-aggressive attitude and the authorities have milked that sentiment.

Ms Platt has spent more time than most with the ABC families. She believes a similar tragedy could happen again at any time, partly because Mexican society "has a very short memory".

No-one wants to talk about it. It is a statistic which breaks his heart. It seems that almost nothing has been learnt from Yeye's death. Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world - Chile's Atacama desert - leave two people dead and 24 missing, officials say. Tuesday's devastating attacks in Brussels show IS's European network is still at large, despite a year of intensive efforts by security forces to close it down.

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Accessibility links Skip to content Skip to local navigation Accessibility Help. Continue reading the main story Related Stories Charges over Mexico nursery fire Mexican nursery fire kills many. The children were having their afternoon nap when the fire broke out. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Parents saw smoke billowing from the building housing the nursery and rushed to the scene.

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A law normalising safety standards in Mexican daycare centres, known as the 5 June Law, was passed under the previous administration. It's such a passive-aggressive attitude and the authorities have milked that sentiment. Ms Platt has spent more time than most with the ABC families. She believes a similar tragedy could happen again at any time, partly because Mexican society "has a very short memory".

No-one wants to talk about it. It is a statistic which breaks his heart. It seems that almost nothing has been learnt from Yeye's death. Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world - Chile's Atacama desert - leave two people dead and 24 missing, officials say.

Tuesday's devastating attacks in Brussels show IS's European network is still at large, despite a year of intensive efforts by security forces to close it down. Scientists are debating whether it's possible to harness the power of gravity for interstellar space travel. The four-year-old boy who has become the centre of a controversy between India and Pakistan - and between his father and mother.

Why, almost 60 years after he first appeared in the Daily Mirror, is a layabout lout from north-east England still so loved around the world? The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets CSS enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets CSS if you are able to do so.

For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. Accessibility links Skip to content Skip to local navigation Accessibility Help. Continue reading the main story Related Stories Charges over Mexico nursery fire Mexican nursery fire kills many. The children were having their afternoon nap when the fire broke out. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Parents saw smoke billowing from the building housing the nursery and rushed to the scene.

Residents did their best to rescue as many children as they could, but for 49, help came too late. Seventy-six children were seriously injured in the fire. The relatives of the victims have been demonstrating for changes in the law, but little has happened. Parents and relatives say they will not give up the fight for justice in memory of their children. Yeye Marquez's father said the tragedy was completely avoidable.

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