Mexico's federal government has agreed to the CNTE's demand for a dialogue about the highly controversial education reform
People carry the coffins of three of the people that died yesterday during the clearing of the highway, to Nochixtlan's main plaza, in Oaxaca state, Mexico, Monday, June 20, 2016. Violence erupted during the weekend in which six people died in confrontations between the police and striking teachers. The teachers are protesting against plans to overhaul the country's education system which include federally mandated teacher evaluations. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo), photo: AP/Eduardo Verdugo
21 of June 2016 11:46:42
MEXICO CITY — The Mexican government and representatives of a dissident teachers' union have agreed to hold talks after weekend clashes in which eight people were killed and more than 100 were injured.