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A Mexican navy marine guards the road that leads to the site where an alleged clandestine mass graves were found near the city of Iguala, Mexico.

Mass Graves Found In Mexico, Near Place Where 43 Students Went Missing

Police in the Mexican town of Iguala have found mass graves near the same place where 43 students went missing last month.

The Mexican newspaper El Proceso says authorities have begun digging up bodies and are trying to determine their identities.

A pro-democracy protester sleeps on a concrete road divider on a street outside the Hong Kong Government Complex on Sunday in Hong Kong.

In Hong Kong, Confusion Reigns As Government Threatens To Clear Streets

Through the day on Sunday, protesters throughout Hong Kong debated if they should decamp and open up some of the areas of the city they have been blocking in a massive act of civil disobedience that has paralyzed the city and placed them in a tense stand-off with Beijing for more than a week.

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Monument Honors Vets Left With Scars, Physical Or Mental

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For Now, Court Stays Mum On Gay Marriage Cases

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Ebola Continues It's Baleful Advance In Liberia

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Brazil Election Caps A Dramatic Campaign Season

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How To Measure A Crowd, Without The Political Numbers

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Homobiles: Transportation With A Social Mission

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The Surprising Start To The Never-Ending Pasta Pass

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