Protesters In Mexico Vow to Burn 43 More Buildings Over Missing Students

Forty-eight days since their sons were disappeared by police, the parents of the missing 43 Ayotzinapa Normal School students say they will not lose hope their children are still alive, and expressed growing anger at authorities for what they called "psychological torment" over the students' disappearance.

That sentiment fueled more attacks to government-related buildings in Chilpancingo, the capital of Guerrero state. On Wednesday, members of the Guerrero's teachers union and other sympathizers entered the state congress building and set a fire inside the legislative chamber. On Tuesday, at least 500 teachers and others set fire to part of the state headquarters for the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).