MEXICO CITY, October 15 (RIA Novosti) - None of the Mexican college students, who went missing in September are among the 28 bodies, found in mass graves near the city of Iguala last week, Mexico's federal attorney general Jesus Murillo Karam said Wednesday.
“I can tell you that we already have [DNA] results from the first graves and they do not correspond to the DNA from the relatives of these young men,” Karam said.
Late September, a group of students rallying against an education reform in Iguala was attacked by the police. Six students were killed, 17 wounded and 43 reported missing.
Clandestine mass graves, containing 28 bodies, were discovered by forensic experts on the outskirts of Iguala last week.