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    His parents, campesinos from the state of Tlaxcala, made it to the Ayotzinapa campus with more cash in their cell phone's credit line than in their pockets, they said, and not much else. They've been joined by dozens of other parents who are in shock and mourning, waiting for word on the fate of their missing children. Bodies found in mass graves could be missing students in Mexico. Read more here. A Mexican army vehicle fixed with a sign showing the faces and names of missing teaching students in Iguala, Guerrero.
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    DNA analysis identifies second Mexican student among 43 disappeared in 2014

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    Inside the Mexican College Where 43 Students Vanished After a Violent Encounter With Police

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    Inside the Mexican College Where 43 Students Vanished After a Violent Encounter With Police

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    Still, there is a prevailing feeling here and abroad that the Mexican government alone cannot be left to figure out who was behind the violence in Iguala in Guerrero State on the night of Sept. Many observers are now pinning their hopes for justice on the Washington-based Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, which will deploy a team to shadow the investigation. The parents of the disappeared and the dead, most of them working class, have maintained their relentless lobby for answers.