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Police, protesters clash outside Acapulco's airport; 1 dead MEXICO CITY — A 65-year-old retired teacher died early Wednesday, a day after suffering injuries when riot police cleared away protesters who tried blocking access to the airport in the resort city of Acapulco. Guerrero Gov. Rogelio Ortega Martinez … Read more on Macon Telegraph (blog)

Protesters mark 4 months since students disappeared in southern Mexico, doubt … A protestor carries a hanging mask of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto marked with the word in Spanish "Assassin" during a march in Mexico City, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. Protest marches were planned in cities around the country to mark the fourth … Read…

Catholic Protesters Light Christmas Tree in Mexico City for Missing Mexican … MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – NOVEMBER 20: Demonstrators from Guerrero State demand answers concerning 43 missing students November 20, 2014 in Mexico City, Mexico. The students from the Atyotzinapa teaching college near Chilpancingo in Guerrero … Read more on Latin Post

At Mexico City March, Thousands Of Protesters Call For President Peña Nieto's … A demonstrator holds up his hand with the number 43, in reference to the missing 43 trainee teachers, written on it during a protest in support of the students in Mexico City Dec. 1, 2014. The popularity of Mexican President Enrique Pena…

Protesters firebomb police, try to shut airport in Mexico City MEXICO CITY — Riot police blocked hundreds of hooded demonstrators Thursday from shutting down the Mexico City international airport at the start of a national day of protest that began with firebomb attacks and rock-throwing clashes. Organizers … Read more on Ames Tribune

Protesters clash with police in Mexico City over missing students After marching through the centre of Mexico City in the morning, clashes erupted at the capital's airport between demonstrators observing a general strike and the police. Thousands marched to voice their anger at the 43 disappeared, feared dead … Read more on euronews

Mexico City protesters use attorney general's comments as rally slogan Nov. 8, 2014 Protesters yell slogans while gathering outside Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's ceremonial palace in Mexico City during a protest denouncing the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers. Edgard Garrido/Reuters. Buy Photo. Read more on Washington Post

Protesters Tried To Break Into Mexico's National Palace After Massacre Of 43 … Mexico City (AFP) – Protesters angry at the apparent massacre of 43 students tried to break into Mexico City's National Palace late Saturday while others torched several trucks in the south of the country. Thousands of people marched in the capital in…

Protesters Complete 195km March for Mexican Students The same day, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto labeled youth as “violent” for setting fire to the door of the National Palace in a protest the night before, and calls were made for the release of those brutalized and arrested by the Mexico City … Read more on…

Mexico missing: Protesters block Acapulco airport The 43 went missing on 26 September after clashing with police in the town of Iguala, 200km (125 miles) south-west of the capital, Mexico City. Municipal police officers have confessed to detaining them and later handing them over to a local drugs gang … Read more on BBC News

Mexico protesters set fire to National Palace over missing students Furious protesters attempting to break into Mexico City's National Palace set fire to its doors during nationwide demonstrations over the apparent massacre of 43 students who were allegedly kidnapped by local police and handed over to a gang … Read more on Al Jazeera America

Protesters burn Mexican city's government offices over suspected murder of … MEXICO CITY — Protesters ransacked and burned government offices Monday in Chilpancingo, the capital of Guerrero state, in an explosion of outrage over the suspected kidnapping and murder of 43 students by corrupt local police. Anti-government rallies … Read more on Washington Post

In Mexico, Protesters Demand Return Of 43 Missing Students "Some demonstrators wore black hoods and took to the streets of Mexico City. "According to state officials the students were abducted by police in the town of Iguala, Guerrero. Prosecutors say the police were working on orders from a local drug gang. Read more on NPR…