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Mexico Says Drug Gang Killed 43 Missing Students

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Federal military and a helicopter hunt for a blank 43 students of a Ayotzinapa Teacher Training College Raul Isidro Burgos are seen in Tianquizolco, nearby Cocula, Mexico on Nov. 7, 2014.
Henry Romero—Reuters

Bodies were burnt in a raise of branches and tires

A Mexican drug squad killed a 43 blank Mexican college students and burnt their bodies in a raise of branches and tires, authorities pronounced Friday.

Attorney General Jesús Murillo Karam pronounced members of a squad who had been arrested told investigators about their purpose in a students’ disappearances and guided investigators to a riverside remains, that will be tested in specialized comforts in Austria, a New York Times reports.

With 72 people arrested, Karam pronounced a box is one of Mexico’s largest rapist investigations in history. “The statements and information that we have gotten unfortunately points to a murder of a vast series of people,” he pronounced a press conference.

While acid for a students, who are believed to have been incited over to criminals following an conflict by hurtful military in September, investigators detected other mass graves around a city of Iguala.

The box has led to many protests and heaps of criticism directed during President Enrique Peña Nieto, who has attempted to remodel Mexico’s repute for violence.


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