Mexicans mark 1 year since 43 students disappeared
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Thousands of people marked the one-year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students by marching down Mexico City's premier avenue in an atmosphere of defiant hope Saturday.
Activists said the movement might bring justice for Mexico's disappeared, though only two of the students' remains have been identified by DNA analysis of charred bone fragments.
While the march was smaller than past demonstrations, the case has helped publicize the thousands who have gone missing since Mexico's drug war started in 2006.
Peace and anti-crime activist Maria Guadalupe Vicencio wore a... read more
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