In Mexico City, 43 missing students honored by teachers college marching band

Students from the Ayotzinapa teachers' college – members of the school's marching band, the Banda de Guerra – came to the country's capital to honor their vanished classmates and to show, as one student said, that "we're not the rebellious people they say we are."

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    Marco, in his fourth year at the Ayotzinapa teachers' college, was leading the school's marching band in Mexico City. Classes at Ayotzinapa have been suspended since the abduction of the students in the town of Iguala, in the state of Guerrero.
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    The students then moved on to the front of the capital city's Palace of Fine Arts, where hundreds cheered them during an hour-long performance.
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    The students had come with their coach, who helped them rehearse and adjusted their costumes up until the last minute.  
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