Mexicans share grief over missing students

Parents continue to demand answers and justice three months after 43 children were abducted near city of Iguala.

    The parents of 43 missing students in Mexico have made a video expressing and sharing their grief. It has now been three months since the students were abducted near the southern city of Iguala.

    Analysts say the chances of finding them - dead or alive - are fading every day. Yet throughout the country Mexicans have continued to demand answers and call for justice.

    Al Jazeera's David Mercer reports from Mexico City.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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