A caravan of families of the 43 Ayotzinapa students who disappeared in September 2014 arrives in Reynosa, Tamaulipas. February 2016.

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The Ayotzinapa caravan's bus driver in Reynosa, Tamaulipas explains the de facto curfew that exists because of narco violence in the city. February 2016.

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Emiliano, father of missing Ayotzinapa student Jose Angel Navarrete Gonzalez, in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. February 2016.

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Families and classmates of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students arrive for a search brigade in Iguala, Guerrero, the city where they disappeared in 2014. February 2016.

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Mothers, sisters and aunts of the missing Ayotzinapa students spend the night at the Reynosa telephone operators union. February 2016.

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María Concepción Tlatempa, mother of missing Ayotzinapa student Jesus Jovany Rodríguez Tlatempa, in Reynosa. February 2016.

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Parents of the 43 missing students sign a request for an audience with a judge in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, who was processing appeal requests for 22 policemen accused of participating in the disappearance of their sons. February 2016.

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The local telephone operators union in Matamoros, Tamaulipas provides breakfast for the Ayotzinapa caravan. February 2016.

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Parents of the missing Ayotzinapa students at the Palace of Justice in Matamoros, Tamaulipas. February 2016.

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A vigil in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon marks seventeen months since the 43 Ayotzinapa students disappeared. February 2016.

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"Journalists are getting threatened and harassed for doing their jobs. Even we have been threatened, simply for telling the truth about what's happening in Guerrero. And it isn't just Guerrero. There is corruption from the mayors all the way up to the president." --Ayotzinapa student and survivor of the disappearance. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. February 2016.

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Police escort the Ayotzinapa caravan on the rooad to Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. February 2016.

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Broken glass on a bus carrying families of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students. Security guards threw nightsticks at the caravan as it passed through the San Martin tollbooth in Texmelucan, Puebla, breaking the window. February 2016.

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Relatives of the 43 missing students confront soldiers for pointing their guns at them at them at the San Martin tollbooth in Texmelucan, Puebla. February 2016.

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"You should be out there searching for our boys, not harassing us like this!" The sister of one of the missing Ayotzinapa students confronts a security guard at the San Martin tollbooth. February 2016.

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Niece of missing Ayotzinapa student Julio Cesar Lopez after the window was broken on the caravan bus. February 2016.

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Ayotzinapa students and families of the missing take over the San Martin tollbooth in protest. February 2016.

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Ayotzinapa students spray fire extinguishers after taking over the San Martin tollbooth. February 2016.

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Parents of the missing Ayotzinapa students on the bus to Iguala, Guerrero, the city where their sons disappeared. March 2016.

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Ayotzinapa students on a search brigade for their missing classmates. San Gerardo Church, Iguala, Guerrero. March 2016.

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An Ayotzinapa student asks a local resident in Iguala, Guerrero if he knows anything about the disappearance of his classmates. March 2016.

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"May the deaf ears and the mute mouths of this city be unblocked! May the truth flow out!" Inauguration of the search brigade in Iguala, Guerrero. March 2016.

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"What I fear is not repression. What I fear is the silence of Iguala." Supporters of the search brigade in Iguala, Guerrero. Behind them, bullet holes from the series of September 2014 attacks during which the students were disappeared. March 2016.

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Ayotzinapa students on Juan N. Alvarez in Iguala, one of the streets where their 43 missing classmates were attacked and disappeared on September 26, 2014. March 2016.

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Ayotzinapa students march in Iguala, Guerrero. March 2016.

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Librada, sister of missing Ayotzinapa student Felipe Arnulfo Rosa, en route home to Guerrero. February 2016.

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Press conference by Guerrero state court officials about missing video evidence from the night of the disappearance. March 2016.

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Home of missing student Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre in Tixtla, Guerrero. His friend Jose Ángel Navarrete Gonzalez, also missing, is pictured next to him. March 2016.

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Tixtla, Guerrero, the town where the Ayotzinapa Rural Teacher's College is located. Girls play in front of the site where four members of the local "community police," an armed citizen vigilante group, were ambushed and shot by narcos in November 2015. March 2016.

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