Protesters try to break into Mexico City's National Palace over apparent massacre of 43

Demostrators set fire the door of the main entrance of te Mexican National Palace during a demostration in Mexico City on Nov 8, 2014, demanding justice from the Mexican goverment in the massacre of 43 missing students. -- PHOTO: AFP
Demostrators set fire the door of the main entrance of te Mexican National Palace during a demostration in Mexico City on Nov 8, 2014, demanding justice from the Mexican goverment in the massacre of 43 missing students. -- PHOTO: AFP

MEXICO CITY (AFP) - A small group of protesters tried to break into Mexico City's National Palace late on Saturday during a demonstration over the apparent massacre of 43 students that has angered the nation.

The protesters slammed metal barricades against the door and briefly set it on fire but could not get into the palace, which is mostly used by President Enrique Pena Nieto for ceremonies.