Parents and peers of killed or missing students during a press conference in Ayotzinapa, Mexico October 6, 2014. (AFP/Yuri CORTEZ)
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State officials in the southern state of Guerrero worked Monday to determine whether 28 bodies found in a clandestine grave were students who had been attacked by police suspected of drug gang links.Guerrero State Prosecutor Inaky Blanco said the bodies were badly damaged and that genetic testing could take two weeks to two months to determine whether they are some of the 43 college students reported missing after a violent confrontation in Iguala, located about 200 kilometers south of Mexico City.Blanco said one of the people detained in the case had told investigators that 17 students were taken to that grave site on the outskirts of Iguala and killed there.
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