Experts dismiss account of apparent student massacreReuters.
The case provoked a global outcry after the missing students were abducted in the city of Iguala in southwest Mexico on 26 September 2014. The government's failure to capture the killers or even persuade Mexicans that its investigation was serious has hit President Enrique Peña Nieto's reputation, and the report last Sunday was certain to pile more pressure on.
Commissioned by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and conducted by respected investigators from Chile, Colombia, Guatemala and Spain, the report blasts holes in the Mexican government's central claim that the students were burned to ashes in the nearby town of Cocula.
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