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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Mexico: Rosa Flores) The protests in Mexico about 43 missing college students, who likely have been murdered, with the help of the mayor of Iguala & his wife, who are connected to the drug cartel, featured; details given about what happened to the students. who arrived in Iguala on September 26, who were stopped by police, who turned 43 students over to the cartel; scenes shown of the protesters. The plans to search for the students despite the likelihood they have been killed discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Flores, Rosa
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