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Six months after the disappearance of their college-age children, parents have given up on the Mexican government to locate them, and have turned to the boss of Los Rojos, a drug cartel involved in a turf war with Guerreros Unidos. According to an Associated Press story, parents hung a banner near the town of Iguala, Mexico where their children disappeared on September 26, 2014 while heading to a protest. The banner asks for information on the disappearance of their 43 children. The DNA of only one student has been found in a pile of debris pulled out of a local river.