Americas Why an Argentine team plays key role in Mexico's 43 students case

The involvement of an elite Argentine forensics team in the search for the remains of Mexico's missing teacher's college students is representative of a country that has taken dictatorship-era human rights experience and exported it around the globe.

By , Correspondent

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The disappearance – and likely massacre – of 43 students has sparked social unrest across Mexico. But as protesters take to the streets, federal forces and investigators have scoured sites along a river in Guerrero state, where the students’ bodies are said to have been burned and dumped less than two months ago.