Relatives and peers of the 43 missing students arrive for a meeting with Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam at the Attorney General building in Mexico City November 4, 2014. (AFP/Yuri CORTEZ)
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Authorities sought to finally solve the five-week-old disappearance of 43 students that has outraged Mexico after catching a fugitive ex-mayor and wife team suspected of ordering police to attack them.Relatives of victims later entered the attorney general's office while some 30 people protested outside.Authorities say the students vanished on Sept. 26 after municipal police shot at their buses in Iguala, 200 kilometers south of Mexico City, and then handed the 43 to the Guerreros Unidos.
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