Independent experts will investigate the enforced disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students
On September 2014, 43 students went missing and were allegedly kidnapped and massacred by a drug cartel
The aftermath of Mexico’s war on drugs: 61,000 people have gone missing
Thousands of people have died and gone missing since Mexico launched a war on drugs in 2006
Ayotzinapa case: The 43 missing students could have been dispersed in small groups
Justice has yet to come for the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College who were the victims of enforced disappearance in 2014
Enforced disappearance still haunts Mexico
The new federal government has yet to show progress in regards to enforced disappearance
In 2018, hundreds of migrants went missing in Mexico
After Mexico toughened its stance of migration, Central Americans opted for riskier routes
Mexico opens 11 lines of investigation to solve the Ayotzinapa case
The families said that the Peña Administration only spread lies
Authorities dig dumpster five years after 43 students disappeared
Pressure has been growing on López Obrador to uncover the truth about the Ayotzinapa case
Ayotzinapa: the timeline of a tragedy
The UN, Amnesty International, and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights have refuted the official version of the events
Ayotzinapa: an open wound
5 years after the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students, the investigation will start from scratch
Ayotzinapa: Mexico's historical debt
Authorities could prosecute former officials such as Jesús Murillo Karam and Tomás Zerón