Mexico: Five years since 43 students' disappearance

The suspected abduction and massacre in 2014 caused a crisis for the previous government.

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    Thursday marks five years since 43 students disappeared from the Mexican state of Guerrero.

    They are suspected of being kidnapped by a drug cartel working with Mexican security forces.

    Many of those arrested in connection with the crime have been set free.

    And some people say they are concerned justice and accountability will not be achieved.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Mexico City.


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