An international team of forensics experts which has been looking into the September 2014 disappearance of 43 students at a rural teacher training college has finished its work. In its final report, it not only blasted the government of Mexican ... People's World, 5 days ago
"The Inter-American Commission deeply regrets the Mexican government's decision of not supporting, of not extending our mandate in spite of the fact that our objectives remain unfinished," said James Cavallaro, the commission's president. The ...CNN, 5 days ago International experts: Mexico blocked probe into missing students CNN Philippines, 6 days ago Families of missing students accuses Mexico government of stonewalling probe (VIDEO) Malay Mail, 6 days ago Mexico 'blocked' missing students probe CNN, 1 week ago
MEXICO CITY: Experts have found evidence of a large fire in which at least 17 bodies were burnt at a dump in southern Mexico, a member of the investigating team said Friday, in the latest twist in the case of 43 missing Teachers college students. ...Gulf News, 1 month ago Outside Experts: At Least 17 Burned In Mexican Dump NBCNews.com, 4 weeks ago Outside experts say at least 17 burned at Mexican dump Gulf News, 4 weeks ago
Photo: Andre Roman Medina In a country where political crises are ignored by the government until they fade into oblivion, the families of the missing students of Ayotzinapa have kept their search alive for seventeen months. The Mexican ...Upside Down World, 2 months ago
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