Mexico's President Pushes For Changes After 11 Bodies Found Where The 43 Students Went Missing Last Month
Another tragedy in Mexico. Eleven mutilated corpses, many of them decapitated, were found dumped by the roadside in southwest Mexico on Thursday in the same state where 43 trainee teachers were abducted and apparently massacred two months ago, local authorities said.
The grisly discovery came just hours before embattled President Enrique Peña Nieto was set to announce a series of measures to improve law and order in a land grappling with daily drug gang violence.
Peña Nieto has been under pressure from mass protests to end impunity and rampant brutality by security forces since the 43 students were abducted by police working with a local drug gang in the southwestern city of Iguala on the night of 26 September.