Mexico

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
The faces of the 43 students declared missing after a local Mexican police force opened fire on buses carrying the group to their leftist school. (Photo via Guerrero, Gobierno del Estado)
Frustrated by the slow pace of the investigation into the disappearance and possible deaths of 43 students, a group of relatives, teachers, and classmates from the leftist teacher college where they were training seized two government buildings in Mexico's Guerrero state on Monday. Roughly 600 protesters blockaded the Government Palace in Guerrero...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
The faces of the 43 students declared missing after a local Mexican police force opened fire on buses carrying the group to their leftist school. (Photo via Guerrero, Gobierno del Estado)
Responding to the discovery of a mass grave thought to contain the bodies of...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
After a flyover of the region showed an abnormal orange stain in the water,...

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