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Another arrest in disappearance of 43 Mexican students MEXICO CITY — Mexican authorities say another man has been arrested in the September disappearance of 43 students from a rural teachers' college in the southern state of Guerrero. Federal police say suspect Miguel Angel Landa Bahena was an … Read more on SunHerald.com

Mexico march marks 6 months since 43 students disappeared A man wearing a bandana over part of his face, with a message that reads in Spanish; "Justice. We are all Ayotzinapa," during a march to commemorate the sixth month of the disappeared 43 rural college students, in Mexico City, Thursday, March 26, 2015. Read more…

Mexico: Thousands march for missing Ayotzinapa students The parents of 43 Mexican students who went missing five months ago have been leading a march in Mexico City to call for a full investigation. Thousands of people have joined the protest, carrying banners with pictures of the missing trainee teachers. Read more on BBC News

Missing group of students in Mexico are all dead, claim authorities Demonstrators marked the four-month anniversary of the disappearance with a march in Mexico City. According to the investigation, the police rounded up the missing students during the attacks, and then handed them over to members of Guerreros Unidos. Read more on The Guardian

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…

Students who survived Mexico's night of bloody horror accuse army and police Claims of a new corruption scandal emerged last week involving a property reported to have been purchased by the Nieto family during his time as governor of the federal state of Mexico, from a company which allegedly later won lucrative government … Read more…

Mexico Arrests Suspect In Disappearance Of 43 Students MEXICO CITY (AP) — A purported drug cartel hit man has been arrested in connection with the disappearance and alleged killing of 43 college students in southern Mexico in September, authorities said Friday. Felipe Rodriguez, alias "The Brush" or "The … Read more on Huffington Post

Scientists challenge claim that Mexican students were burned at dump MEXICO CITY — If a pyre were built to incinerate 43 bodies, how many tons of wood would be needed? It's a question that physicist Jorge Montemayor and materials scientist Pablo Ugalde have given thought to, and they have a precise answer: 33 tons. Read…

Mexico detains new suspect in disappearance of 43 students MEXICO CITY — Mexican authorities have arrested a purported drug cartel hit man linked to the disappearance and alleged killing of 43 teacher college students in September. The Federal Prosecutor's Office says Felipe Rodriguez, alias "The Brush" or … Read more on SunHerald.com

Thousands protest in Mexico City over missing students People wave flags during a protest demanding justice in the case of the 43 missing students, at the Reforma Avenue in Mexico City on December 26, 2014. The missing students disappeared on September 26th, when police in the city of Iguala attacked … Read more on Rappler

Thousands protest in Mexico City over missing students MEXICO CITY – Some three thousand people took to the streets of downtown Mexico City on Friday, three months after the disappearance and likely massacre of 43 students. The students went missing on September 26, in an apparent massacre by a … Read more on Daily Times

A charred eye socket provides proof that 43 missing Mexico students are dead Mexico's brusque, balding attorney general provided the first solid identification to back the government's assertion that local police in Iguala, a city in Guerrero state, had rounded up the students during the overnight period of Sept. 26-27, then … Read more on…

Thousands protest in Mexico City over missing students The latest marches in Mexico City were led by parents and other relatives and friends of the missing, including students from their teacher training college in southern Guerrero state. "We want them alive," protesters chanted, walking behind gigantic … Read more on Yahoo News

Mexico authorities 'knew about attack on students as it happened' According to the Proceso account, the C4 informed the head of the federal police unit stationed in Iguala when the students arrived at the city's bus station at 9.22pm. About 20 minutes later, the C4 reported that gunfire had broken out, Proceso … Read more…

Violence flares at Mexico City protest over missing students – video Masked demonstrators smash shopfronts and set fire to buildings in Mexico City as a protest over the missing students turns violent. Brandishing bats and fire bombs, masked protesters attack banks and restaurants along the capital's Reforma boulevard. Read more on The Guardian