In this Oct. 14, 2014 photo, a coffin containing human remains is hauled away after being exhumed to free up space for new burials at the San Isidro cemetery in northern Mexico City. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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The mayor of Iguala, some 130 kilometers southwest of Mexico City, and his wife, who are suspected of ordering the students' abduction, are currently on the run.The 43 male students went missing on September 26 in Iguala after their buses were attacked by police and members of the Guerreros Unidos gang, killing six people.Prosecutors suspect that the young men were delivered by police to the gang, but do not know what happened to the students after that. A total of 56 people have been arrested in connection with the abductions, including other Guerreros Unidos gang members who have said the students were likely killed.The government announced a $110,000 reward for information in the disappearance of the students.
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