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Tens of thousands protest in Mexico over 43 missing students




Demonstrators from Guerrero State demand answers concerning 43 missing students during a march November 20, 2014 in Mexico City, Mexico. The students from the Atyotzinapa teaching college near Chilpancingo in Guerrero have been missing since September 26. November 20 marks Mexico's National Day celebrating the Mexican Revolution.
Demonstrators from Guerrero State demand answers concerning 43 missing students during a march November 20, 2014 in Mexico City, Mexico. The students from the Atyotzinapa teaching college near Chilpancingo in Guerrero have been missing since September 26. November 20 marks Mexico's National Day celebrating the Mexican Revolution.
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Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Mexico City Thursday in the latest, and possibly largest, display of anger with President Enrique Peña Nieto.

The protest marches demanding the return of 43 missing students were mostly peaceful, but there were a few flare-ups of violence, with some protesters throwing molotov cocktails and police firing tear gas.

Los Angeles Times Mexico bureau chief Tracy Wilkinson joins Take Two for an update on the situation.