University of Austria could not identify DNA of the 43 missing in Mexico

The University of Innsbruck in Austria, responsible for determining whether the 16 remains found in Cocula, Guerrero, belong to the 43 normalists of Ayotzinapa was unsuccessful in its work due to excessive heat to which they were subjected, said yesterday the Attorney...

Mexico: New clashes between relatives of the 43 missing and military

One hundred students and parents of the rural school Ayotzinapa, on Monday forced their way into a military barracks in Iguala (south), and were repelled by soldiers with tear gas, according to an AFP journalist. The protesters arrived shortly after noon to Iguala, demanding to...

Wife of former mayor of Iguala is sent to prison for the case of the 43 missing students

The wife of the former mayor of Iguala Jose Luis Abarca, Maria de los Angeles Pineda Villa, was sent to prison for her alleged role as intellectual author, along with her husband, in the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa. A federal judge based in the Tamaulipas state...

Parents of the 43 missing students in Mexico require the investigation of the military and the police

Parents of the 43 missing students and presumed murdered in Mexico, asked the Prosecutor to investigate the actions of military and federal police the night of the brutal attack againts youths in Iguala. Vidulfo Rosales, family lawyer, said in a press conference that they have...

Forensic identify one of 43 students missing in Mexico

One of the 43 students missing since September in the Mexican state of Guerrero (south) was identified in DNA studies carried out in a laboratory in Austria, reported on Saturday an official source. Forensic investigation confirmed the identity of Alexander Mora Venancio,...

Mexican federal forces assume control of the Acapulco security

The Mexican government implemented a special plan where Mexican military and federal police yesterday assumed the security of the Acapulco seaside tourist resort (south) and thirty other municipalities, due to the crisis triggered by the disappearance of 43 students. The federal...

Mexico: Parents of 43 missing students denounced ineptitude of the government

Parents of 43 students missing declared they feel “frustrated, desperate, but mostly upset with the government,” to which they described as inept by the lack of results in the search. “We’re frustrated, desperate, but mostly upset with the government, it...

Mujica said that Mexico must clarify the case of the 43 missing students

The Uruguayan President José Mujica, told the magazine Foreign Affairs Latinoamerica that the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students is “terrible” and from a far it seems that Mexico was “a sort of failed state.” “One gets a feeling, seen from the...
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