A placard with the portraits of the 43 missing students of the Raul Isidro Burgos teachers's school is seen at the dining room of their school in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero state, Mexico on October 26, 2014. AFP PHOTO/ Yuri Cortez
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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto met with parents of 43 missing teachers college students for the first time since they disappeared, apparently handed over to a drug gang by city police more than a month ago.The case has shaken the image of improving security that the government has sought to project since Pena Nieto took office in 2012 .After meeting for about six hours inside the Los Pinos presidential residence on Wednesday, parents said they told Pena Nieto they didn't have confidence in the investigation, though they said the government agreed to create a commission to monitor the case.The commission is to be made up of both government officials and parents, providing daily updates on the investigation.
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