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New probe into missing students in Mexico offers new details




Chairs with portraits of missing students are seen during a march demanding justice for the 43 missing students along a street in Mexico City on October 22, 2014.
Chairs with portraits of missing students are seen during a march demanding justice for the 43 missing students along a street in Mexico City on October 22, 2014.
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A new investigation into the 43 students that went missing in southern Mexico last year sheds new light on the events of that night and draws attention to the blurred lines among police, local politicians and drug gangs.

Ryan Devereaux's two-part investigation in The Intercept explores the events on September 26, 2014 and the still-unresolved prosecution.

Ghosts of Iguala: How 43 Students Disappeared In The Night (Part 1)

Ghosts of Iguala: Case Unravels in Disappearance of 43 Students (Part 2)