Missing Students and Mass Graves in Mexico

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A grizzly story is unraveling in Mexico, where 43 college students disappeared after a confrontation with police in the town of Iguala. A mass grave was discovered, but the DNA of the bodies did not match that of the students who are still missing. In the background are reports of politicians cooperating with drug traffickers.

Four days after 43 college students disappeared, the “imperial couple” of the town of Iguala asked for a leave of absence. Adding to the mystery, Mayor Jose Luis Abarca and his wife, Maria Maria de Los Angeles Pineda, haven’t been seen since.

Carrie Kahn is covering the story for NPR.

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Guest:
Carrie Kahn - NPR - @ckahn

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Andrea Brody, Katie Cooper