Protesters set fire Tuesday to the governing PRI party headquarters in the state of south-western Guerrero in anger over the way authorities have handled the investigation of 43 students, missing since September and now presumed murdered by a drug gang. Officials say gang members confessed to burning the bodies, but that too little DNA remains for proper identification.
Protests Escalate in Mexico Over Students' Deaths
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Carrie Kahn, NPR correspondent covering Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean
Juan Carlos Perez, BBC Mundo Correspondent