• Remains could be that of one of 43 missing Mexican students


    MEXICO CITY: The remains of a second of 43 missing Mexican students have possibly been identified, authorities said Wednesday, almost a year after a crime that rocked President Enrique Pena Nieto’s administration. Attorney General Arely Gomez said forensic experts from Austria’s Innsbruck University found “indications that establish a possible match” between Jhosivani Guerrero de la Cruz, 21, and DNA extracted from a bone. In December, the university positively identified 19-year-old Alexander Mora among a set of 17 charred remains. Wednesday’s announcement came more than a week after the official investigation was questioned by an independent probe.



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