Monday, 28 September 2015

Mexico’s 43 Disappeared Students: Your News or Ours?

In September 2014, 43 students disappeared from Iguala, Mexico; an ensuing government investigation held a local gang responsible for the students' murder. This September, in light of evidence to the contrary, their parents have asked the government to let an internationally-regulated special unit further investigate. As always, this one event has several stories to tell:


[Source: DN.se]

 While Brazil's El País lent a kind word--if not picture--to Mexico's president:
[Source: El País]

Only to be countered by Reuters’ United States edition:
[Source: Reuters]

 As Mexico’s La Jornada shifted the focus away from parents and president altogether:
[Source: Victor Camacho/La Jornada]

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