November 9, 2014 9:47 PM EST

At least 14 young people have been arrested in Mexico City after protests erupted over the suspected murder of dozens of students.

A mob attacked the National Palace, burning the main door and daubing slogans on the walls, after authorities said gangsters had murdered 43 students who had been protesting alleged discriminatory practices in the Guerrero state town of Iguala.

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