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The Mexican authorities have captured the fugitive mayor and his wife who were suspected of involvement in the disappearance of 43 students in the southwestern city of Iguala in late September. Police arrested them in Mexican City. From there our correspondent Will Grant reports.
Jose Luis Abarca and his wife Maria de los Angeles Pineda disappeared in the days immediately after the 43 students went missing. Now some five weeks after they fled, they have been detained by Federal Police in an early morning operation in Mexican City. The government will hope the arrest shed some light on the whereabouts of missing students and teachers who were last seen in the hands of local police officers. The young people were abducted after a protest in Iguala in September. One theory as to the motive was that they were disrupting plans the mayor's wife had for an event in the town the following day.