Mexicans discover mass graves while protesting drug war
A national protest -- with demonstrations in two dozen Mexican cities and towns -- against drug-related violence was abruptly interrupted by news reports of the discovery of 59 bodies in mass graves. The bodies were discovered by police officers investigating the hijacking of a busload of civilians by suspected narco-terrorists in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.
The bodies were discovered in numerous mass graves in San Fernando, police said, with 43 corpses found in a single grave.
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