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  1. Damning Report Claims Mexican Federal Police Participated In Disappearance Of 43 StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2014 | Switched

    Mexican federal policemen patrol a street in Acapulco, Guerrero state, Mexico on December 3, 2014. Mexico's federal police collaborated with local forces in the September attack on 43 students whose disappearance and presumed killings have led to mass protests in the country, according to an investigative report published Sunday in the Mexican magazine Proceso.

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  2. 'Justice for the Mexican students', Brisbane LA activists demandRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2014 | Green Left Weekly

    ... of the 43 students from the Rural Training School "Raul Isidro Burgos" in Ayotzinapa, in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. We share the anguish and the pain and we continue demanding that these 43 brothers and sisters students are released alive and we ...

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  3. Ending Mexico's dance of deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | The Nation

    A demonstrator marches in protest at the police abduction of 43 students from Iguala, Southwest Mexico. The students are presumed to have been massacred.

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  4. DNA evidence suggests students were burntRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | Iol.co.za

    People gather outside the home of Alexander Mora, one of 43 college students missing since September. Mora's charred remains have now been positively identified among those found near a garbage dump, in the town of El Pericon.

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  5. Rage and sorrow flow as student is declared dead in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | TwinCities

    The blur of scientific talk from the investigators washed over him -- something about a bone fragment, DNA testing, probability -- as he sat dazed in an abandoned classroom at the teachers college his son attended. But Ezequiel Mora -- who, like other parents of the college's missing students, had been waiting weeks for word of their children -- wanted to know only one thing: Was his son Alexander, a 19-year-old who had sought escape from the farming life to become a teacher, dead or not? "I stopped them and asked them to give it to me straight," he said Sunday at his home here, referring to his meeting late Friday with Argentine forensics experts working with Mexico on the case of 43 students missing since September.

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  6. Looking for mass graves in IgualaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | BBC News

    The group is small. No more than 40 people, celebrating mass in the middle of a dusty road on the slopes of Guerrero, Mexico's only state to be named after a former president.

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  7. Remains of one of the 43 kidnapped Mexican students identifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | Mashable

    ... approval ratings have hit record lows in the wake of the scandal. Angel Aguirre Rivero, the governor of Guerrero, Mexico, where the kidnappings occurred, was also forced to resign. Many have cast doubt on the government's version of events, holding ...

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  8. Man Sets Himself on Fire to Protest Mexican GovernmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2014 | Breitbart.com

    A Mexican farmer demanding justice set himself on fire outside of a government building in yet another chapter of the daily protests that taint the image of a perfect nation that the Mexican government tries to portray. The extreme protest took place on Friday afternoon outside of the state capitol in the Mexican state of Chiapas where 18-year-old Agustin Flores laid down as his fellow protester doused him with gasoline and then set him on fire, according to a video posted on Youtube.com and various Mexican news outlets .

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  9. Can reforms change Mexico's corrupt police culture?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2014 | Christian Science Monitor

    Police and Army guarded the newly built Coyuca bridge near the town of Coyuca de Benitez in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, Thursday Dec. 4, ahead of the arrival of Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto. Under very heavy security, President Pena Nieto visited the tumultuous southern state of Guerrero for the first time since 43 college students disappeared there more than two months ago, provoking the greatest crisis of his presidency.

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  10. Will reforms change Mexico's corrupt police culture?Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2014 | Christian Science Monitor

    Police and Army guarded the newly built Coyuca bridge near the town of Coyuca de Benitez in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, Thursday Dec. 4, ahead of the arrival of Mexico President Enrique Pena Nieto. Under very heavy security, President Pena Nieto visited the tumultuous southern state of Guerrero for the first time since 43 college students disappeared there more than two months ago, provoking the greatest crisis of his presidency.

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  11. Cartel Violence Rages in Mexico Despite Promises of Security from OfficialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | Breitbart.com

    Gruesome cartel massacres continue in Mexico despite the many promises made by that country's government about putting an end to the security crisis that has plagued its image. Authorities found five torched bodies on Saturday evening that had been left inside a truck near a rural village in the Mexican southern State of Guerrero.

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  12. Spurred by mass abduction, Mexicans scour for remains of their deadRead the original story

    Dec 5, 2014 | Reuters

    Terrorized by brutal drug gangs and corrupt police, residents around this town in southwestern Mexico have for years kept silent when relatives disappeared, fearing they would be targeted next if they made a fuss. Some tried their own low-profile searches, even going to spots where they saw vultures circling above, but most kept quiet and others simply fled the area when they were threatened.

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  13. Mexico federal police, troops to patrol AcapulcoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | Korea Herald

    Federal police and soldiers will take over policing duties in the resort of Acapulco to ensure the safety of tourists amid a wave of violence and protests that has scared away visitors, Mexican authorities said. Troops and federal police will also take over policing in 20 more townships north of Acapulco in a region known as Tierra Caliente, or the Hot Lands, which is plagued by drug cultivation, trafficking and cartels.

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  14. Mexican president visits state where 43 students went missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | KOLD-TV Tucson

    ACAPULCO, MEXICO - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto visited the state of Guerrero on Thursday for the first time since 43 students disappeared there in September. At a beach resort near Acapulco he urged the people of Guerrero to move forward and overcome the pain caused by the tragedy, which has sparked demonstrations throughout Mexico for weeks.

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  15. A Casa DividedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | Foreign Affairs

    NATHANIEL PARISH FLANNERY is a Mexico City-based writer. He holds a master's degree in economic and political development from Columbia University.

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  16. Mexican president visits GuerreroRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | BBC News

    ... for justice and police reform. Federal security forces have been sent to dozens of towns in the states of Guerrero, Mexico, Michoacan and Morelos. There have been months of nationwide protests - some of them violent - since they were allegedly ...

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  17. Mexican president visits state of missing studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | 13WHAM

    President Enrique Pena Nieto has visited the tumultuous southern state of Guerrero for the first time since 43 college students disappeared there more than two months ago, provoking the greatest crisis of his presidency. Pena Nieto travelled to the beach resort of Acapulco on Thursday to announce a plan to spur economic growth one day after the government said federal police and soldiers would take over policing duties in 36 cities, including some in Guerrero.

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  18. Mexican leader's popularity plunges amid murder and scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | The Charlotte Observer

    MEXICO CITY A series of recent gaffes and political missteps have sent President Enrique Peña Nieto's approval ratings plunging, dragging many Mexicans into a mood of national disgust. Since the end of the summer, Peña Nieto has seen his image morph from an agenda-setting president leading a drive to transform the country to that of an indecisive leader, tolerant of corruption and overwhelmed by a mounting wave of protests.

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  19. Mexico federal forces deployed to AcapulcoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | UPI

    ... and a prominent drug gang . The federal forces have been dispatched to more than 30 towns in the states of Guerrero, Mexico, Michoacan and Morelos. National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido explained the deployment was intended "to ...

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  20. Mexico boosts security in AcapulcoRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | BBC News

    Federal security forces have been sent to dozens of towns in the Mexican states of Guerrero, Mexico, Michoacan and Morelos. The students went missing on 26 September in the town of Iguala in the state of Guerrero after clashing with the municipal police force.

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