Law enforcement agents check the belongings of hundreds of community policemen arriving in Iguala, Mexico, on Oct. 7, 2014. The city in Guerrero state has been rocked by the disappearance of 43 students and the discovery of mass graves. (Tim Johnson/McClatchy)
Law enforcement agents check the belongings of hundreds of community policemen arriving in Iguala, Mexico, on Oct. 7, 2014. The city in Guerrero state has been rocked by the disappearance of 43 students and the discovery of mass graves. (Tim Johnson/McClatchy) McClatchy
Law enforcement agents check the belongings of hundreds of community policemen arriving in Iguala, Mexico, on Oct. 7, 2014. The city in Guerrero state has been rocked by the disappearance of 43 students and the discovery of mass graves. (Tim Johnson/McClatchy) McClatchy

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