Relatives of Missing Mexico Students Call for Israel to Extradite Wanted Former Official, Embassy Vandalized

Relatives of the 43 disappeared students, known as the Ayotzinapa 43, and supporters protested outside the Israeli embassy in Mexico City to demand the extradition of former state investigator Tomas Zerón; Israeli ambassador: 'writing death to Israel on the embassy's walls has nothing to do with the case'

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The relatives of 43 Mexican students who were abducted and killed in 2014 protested on Wednesday outside of Israel's embassy in Mexico, calling for the extradition of a former investigator wanted in connection with the case. During the protest, dozens of masked protestors vandalized the Israeli embassy with graffitied slogans, including "death to Israel."

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