Missing students' families lead mass protests in Mexican capital
November 21 , 2014
Family members of the 43 Mexican students who went missing on September 26 have led mass demonstrations in capital Mexico City urging for government action to locate them, according to media reports.
The relatives who toured the country arrived in the capital.
The students had gone missing after participating in a protest at Iguala town in Guerrero state.
Officials have said that a drug gang murdered the students, but many people are not convinced by the explanation.