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Mexico Missing Students
Search uncovers 60 mass graves with 129 bodies
Published :Tuesday, 28 July, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 11
MEXICO CITY, July 27 : Mexico's attorney general says authorities have found at least 60 mass graves with 129 bodies in the southern city of Iguala since the disappearance of 43 college students there last September, a case in which the government says the youths were killed and incinerated.
The attorney general's office says the number of bodies found from October to May could be more, because it is counting only those instances in which its mass grave specialists get involved.
Iguala is a municipality of 120,000 people 200 kilometers (160 miles) south of Mexico City. A confrontation between students and police resulted in six deaths and the disappearance of 43 students. The search for the students turned up many mass graves.
None of the remains have been linked to the students who vanished in Iguala. The information was released after a freedom of information request by the Associated Press.  The majority of the bodies are male, but the remains of some 20 women were also found.
The unmarked graves were discovered during the huge investigation into the disappearance of the 43 students. The number of mass graves found from October to May could be higher because the information given to AP only covers instances in which specialists became involved.    ?FOX NEWS










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