Mexico City - Angry fathers of 43 Mexican students missing for the past month turned on President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday, accusing his government of deceit, fostering impunity and bungling the search for their sons.
Following a five-hour meeting with the president, relatives of the students abducted by police in late September in the south-western city of Iguala dismissed his efforts to find the missing and said their patience was running out.
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