Sixty mass graves have been uncovered in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero during a search for 43 student teachers abducted last September, official documents have revealed.

The attorney general’s office says the remains of 129 bodies have been recovered from the graves. The majority of the bodies are male, but the remains of some 20 women were also found.

None of the remains have been linked to the students who vanished in Iguala.

The information was released after a freedom of information request by the Associated Press.


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