File - Parents and relatives clash with police during a protest demanding justice and clarification for the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, February 18, 2015 in Chilpancingo, Guerrero State, Mexico. AFP PHOTO / JESUS GUERRERO
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Ten people were injured in southern Mexico after what police described as an attempt to attack the Coca-Cola company's offices in the southern state of Guerrero.The demonstrators briefly took two company employees hostage.The company did not say under what conditions the employees were released.But Josefina Sauceda, a member of the radical Guerrero state teachers' union that has been leading the protests, said the Coca Cola workers were seized in order to exchange them for five protesters who police had arrested earlier.Coca-Cola Femsa did not specify the nature of the threats, but said they were directed at delivery personnel.
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