Dozens of students missing after Mexican protest crackdown


ACAPULCO: Mexican authorities searched on Sunday (Monday in Manila) for 58 students who went missing after protests turned deadly in the troubled southern state of Guerrero. The state public security agency deployed a helicopter to join the search in the tense town of Iguala and surrounding communities after students from a teacher college went missing on Saturday, the state government said in a statement. At least six people, including two students, were killed as municipal police and unknown gunmen shot a protesters and a bus in Iguala on Friday.



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