Protesters hold large wood cudgels in Iguala, Mexico, on Wednesday, which they later used to smash windows at the city hall in anger over the disappearances nearly a month ago of 43 students.
Protesters hold large wood cudgels in Iguala, Mexico, on Wednesday, which they later used to smash windows at the city hall in anger over the disappearances nearly a month ago of 43 students. McClatchy
Protesters hold large wood cudgels in Iguala, Mexico, on Wednesday, which they later used to smash windows at the city hall in anger over the disappearances nearly a month ago of 43 students. McClatchy

Return of guerrillas feared as anger grips Mexico over missing students

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