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Mexico officials confirm ID in case of missing 43More than two months after they disappeared, concrete evidence is beginning to emerge on the fate of 43 college students whose case has caused a political crisis in Mexico.Some 17 samples of remains were sent to Austria and the first confirmation came on Thursday, Murrillo Karam said.He said 80 people have been arrested so far, including 44 police officers from Iguala and neighboring Cocula, where the remains were found. The students went missing Sept. 26 after confrontations with police in Iguala that killed three students and three bystanders.
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