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Mexico: Zapatistas host Ayotzinapa families | World War 4 Report: Ayotzinapa students and their supporters continue to protest for justice in the case. On Nov. 12, students blocked a main highway through Guerrero at the town of Tixtla, and clashed with state and federal police who tried to clear the road. Students reported that some 20 protesters were "disappeared"—in this case, seeming to mean detained by police without charge or formal paperwork. (DesInform�monos, Nov. 12)

Mexico's National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) had three days earlier harshly criticized the federal Prosecutor General's Office (PGR) and other agencies involved in the investigation of the "Missing 43" for failing to comply with its recommendations. The CNDH had issued 26 observations and recommendations to the PGR in July, finding flaws in the investigation right down to basic forensic work. (Jurist, Nov. 9)

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