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Human Rights

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22/10 11:11 CET

Missing students’ plight triggers human rights outrage in Mexico

Missing students’ plight triggers human rights outrage in Mexico

Demanding answers about the fate of 43 missing students, protesters marched in the southwestern Mexican state of Guerrero on Tuesday, where the trainee teachers disappeared after deadly clashes with police in September. Mexico's Human Rights Commission also wants answers over…