Protesters set fire to Mexican palace after claims of Guerrero student deaths

Protest in México City. People demands from the government to explain what happened to the 43 students that went missing on September 26, 2014  from Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural teachers college of Ayotzinapa in Iguala Guerrero. On November 7th the government found ashes in a dumpster near Iguala. They presume could belong to the missing students. Some protesters set on fire the doors of the National Palace of México City, during the protest.  México City, México. Nov. 8, 2014. (photo by Ramón Ruiz Sampaio/UnFrame/SIPA USA)

Protest in México City. People demand from the government to explain what happened to the 43 students that went missing on September 26, 2014 from Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural teachers college of Ayotzinapa in Iguala Guerrero. On November 7th the government found ashes in a dumpster near Iguala. They presume could belong to the missing students. Some protesters set on fire the doors of the National Palace of México City, during the protest.
México City, México. Nov. 8, 2014.
Photo by Ramón Ruiz Sampaio / UnFrame

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