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Missing Mexico students: Families give Mexico president list of demands




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. Mexican authorities ordered the arrest of the mayor of the city of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, his wife and an aide, charging them with masterminding last month's attack that left six students dead and 43 missing.
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. Mexican authorities ordered the arrest of the mayor of the city of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, his wife and an aide, charging them with masterminding last month's attack that left six students dead and 43 missing.
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There's still no sign of 43 students who went missing in the town of Iguala, Mexico after clashing with police last month.

But the search has unveiled deep corruption and high levels of violence in the southwestern state of Guerrero where the incident occurred.

Earlier this week, family members of the missing met with Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto and gave him a list of ten demands concerning the search for their loved ones.

For more, Take Two speaks with Veronica Calderon, a reporter with El Pais in Mexico.