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Teachers of the state of Guerrero protest against the disappearance od 43 students, at the tollbooths of the Mexico-Acapulco highway in Chipalcingo, Mexico, on November 26, 2014. Two months after 43 students vanished in the night, change is afoot in Mexico: protests have swept the nation, sounding a wake-up call for the president to finally tackle corruption and police brutality. Facing the biggest crisis of his two-year-old administration, President Enrique Pena Nieto will announce Thursday a new strategy to tackle the country's dysfunctional justice system. The national soul-searching began in September after police in the southern state of Guerrero attacked busloads of college students, abducted 43 young men and handed them over to drug gang members. AFP PHOTO/Jesus GuerreroJESUS GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images
Teachers of the state of Guerrero protest against the disappearance od 43 students, at the tollbooths of the Mexico-Acapulco highway in Chipalcingo, Mexico, on November 26, 2014. Two months after 43 students vanished in the night, change is afoot in Mexico: protests have swept the nation, sounding a wake-up call for the president to finally tackle corruption and police brutality. Facing the biggest crisis of his two-year-old administration, President Enrique Pena Nieto will announce Thursday a new strategy to tackle the country's dysfunctional justice system. The national soul-searching began in September after police in the southern state of Guerrero attacked busloads of college students, abducted 43 young men and handed them over to drug gang members. AFP PHOTO/Jesus GuerreroJESUS GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images

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