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Mexico’s mass grave: Can justice prevail after murder of students?

Can Mexico rise to the occasion? There's been a collective call for justice after the disappearance and murder of student activists in the southern state of Guerrero. In a nation that's all too used to brutal rampages, the discovery of 34 charred corpses in a mass grave seems to confirm what survivors and gang member suspects claim: that police in Iguala were in cahoots with local drug lords to quash protests for better teaching practices. Will there be a genuine backlash against impunity?

By François PICARD

Our guests

Ioan GRILLO

Journalist in Mexico, Senior Correspondent GlobalPost

Gaspard ESTRADA

Political analyst at OPALC

John ACKERMAN

Law Professor and Editor-in-chief, Mexican Law Review

Eduardo CUE

France 24 International Affairs Editor

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2017-06-22 Emmanuel Macron

Macron's marching orders: New French President's first EU summit

Emmanuel Macron sounding like a man in charge as he chastised East European leaders that flout common rules on refugees and freedom of expression. At his first EU summit, it’s...

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2017-06-21 Queen Elizabeth II

Queen's Speech: Monarch outlines two-year plan as Brexit looms

Our panel of guests focus on the state opening of parliament in London, where the Queen usually reads out the government's to-do list for the year ahead. Brexit featured front...

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2017-06-20 Middle East

The Scramble for Syria: What happens after Raqqa falls?

There's the battle for Raqqa but what about the battle for Syria? The shooting down of a Syrian jet by the US military, plus an Iran-made drone in the southeast late this...

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2017-06-19 Emmanuel Macron

The Macron Way: Big win, but will new president reform France? (part 1)

How did Emmanuel Macron upend and redraw France's political landscape? It's out with the old guard on both sides of the aisle, with the average age of MPs dropping more than five...

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2017-06-19 Emmanuel Macron

The Macron Way: Big win, but will new president reform France? (part 2)

How did Emmanuel Macron upend and redraw France's political landscape? It's out with the old guard on both sides of the aisle, with the average age of MPs dropping more than five...

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