The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF), that is collaborating with the Mexican Government in the Ayotzinapa investigations, announced on Tuesday November 25th, the identification of three bodies found in the mass graves of the southern state of Guerrero.
Unfortunatelly, none of these belong to the 43 students missing since September 26.
The EAAF, which participates in the investigation for the request of the relatives, said in a statement that these remains, found in the area of Pueblo Viejo, belong to “three people missing in Iguala in recent months.”
The families of these three individuals have already been informed by the EAAF.
Experts said they are still working on the examination of the remains and evidence of Pueblo Viejo, in the area known as La Parota, Río San Juan and the landfill of Cocula.
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