43 missing students

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Marselha Gonçalves Margerin, Anabel Hernández and Steve Fisher explain who they think orchestrated the disappearance of Mexico's 43 missing students.
Steve Fisher, Anabel Hernández and Marselha Gonçalves Margerin discuss the disappearance of 43 Mexican students.
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“In my house, we’re not going to have Christmas anymore,” Zacarías, who lost her son Miguel Angel Mendoza Zacarías, said
“There’s no way the Peña Nieto government can say they didn’t know what was happening,” Univisión.com wrote in Spanish in
Take a look below at the vigils being held across the country over the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students: The United
39 - The Complutense University of Madrid 3 - National Autonomous University of Mexico 41 - Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico
“I feel almost without words because nothing we say right now, nothing we do, everything -- this is a farce compared to what’s
Del Toro also spoke to the publication, adding, "We feel it's a very tragic moment for our country. When you have 43 people
To learn more about the missing students and the latest news from Iguala, watch the full HuffPost Live video above. As the
During the tour, the band has also been vocal about the 43 Mexican students who disappeared in late September, after local