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Forty-three student teachers went missing from the southwestern Mexican city of Iguala in 2014 after clashing with local police. Their abduction caused an international uproar over human rights abuses in Mexico. The government originally said the students were detained by corrupt local police, handed over to a drug gang, and incinerated in a rubbish dump before their ashes were thrown into a river. But a panel of international experts rejected the notion that all the students' bodies were burned at the dump, saying the investigation was full of holes. So far, the remains of only one of the missing students has been positively identified and the whereabouts of the rest remain a mystery. (Photo by Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters)
Forty-three student teachers went missing from the southwestern Mexican city of Iguala in 2014 after clashing with local police. Their abduction caused an international uproar over human rights abuses in Mexico. The government originally said the students were detained by corrupt local police, handed over to a drug gang, and incinerated in a rubbish dump before their ashes were thrown into a river. But a panel of international experts rejected the notion that all the students' bodies were burned at the dump, saying the investigation was full of holes. So far, the remains of only one of the missing students has been positively identified and the whereabouts of the rest remain a mystery. (Photo by Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters)
   

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