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    Forensic Team Casts Doubt on Mexican Student Murder Story

    Where are the bodies? The Mexican government maintains that 43 students who disappeared in 2014 were killed by a drug cartel and burned in a mass grave — but a new report is challenging that account. The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team, which investigated the site for a year, says it didn’t find any physical or biological evidence of the students in the ashes, though it found plenty of other people’s teeth and bones. Mexico’s attorney general is reviewing the report and has vowed to form her own forensic team.

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