sábado, 1 de novembro de 2014

Mexico: research about 43 students missing in neutral

Thousands of people, including relatives of the missing and students, returned yesterday to arise in the country, to demand answers.

Reunited yesterday with the Mexican President, the relatives of the missing claim to be waiting for the report of the DNA analysis of the Argentine investigators discovered the bodies in various mass graves.

In charge of criminal investigations, Tomas Zeron, made a balance of the inquiry yesterday: "the testimonies collected so far points to the fact that students have been handed over to a criminal group by police of Iguala and Cocula, and that's where we're focusing our investigation".

The disappearance of students in the town of Guerrero, which reveals the ties between police forces and the local criminal groups was strongly condemned by, inter-American Commission on human rights.

Various unions and student organizations called for a national strike next week, when the authorities claim to have held more than half a hundred people involved in the disappearance of students.

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