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Mexican federal forces arrested on Friday the fugitive former police chief of the city where 43 students disappeared in 2014 after they were rounded up by local officers.Flores was Iguala's police chief when officers attacked dozens of students in the town on September 26, 2014, after the young men stole buses for a protest in Mexico City -- a common practice among the trainee teachers in Guerrero state.His arrest may offer new clues about the fate of the students in a case that has bedeviled President Enrique Pena Nieto's administration for more than two years.
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