Fourteen of 57 missing Mexican students alive


IGUALA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA, Mexico: Fourteen of 57 students who vanished after deadly shootings in southern Mexico have turned up alive but relatives feared for those still missing as authorities search for them. A dozen troops manned a checkpoint on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) between Guerrero’s state capital, Chilpancingo, and the town of Iguala, stopping cars and checking IDs against a list of the missing students from a teacher training college. The students disappeared following a bout of violence in Iguala late Friday and Saturday that left six people dead and 25 wounded.



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