Remains Thought to Be Missing Mexican Students Found

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The remains of dozens of young people have been found in a garbage dump near Iguala, Mexico, where 43 student-teachers went missing six weeks ago. The Mexican government says the bodies are likely evidence that the students were massacred. That set off protests all weekend, culminating with demonstrators lighting the Mexican ceremonial presidential palace on fire yesterday. We get the latest update on the case.

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Guest:
Carrie Kahn - NPR international correspondent based in Mexico City - @ckahn

Host:
Madeleine Brand

Producers:
Andrew Walsh, Christian Bordal, Matt Holzman, Jolie Myers, Anna Scott