Thousands of demonstrators have marched in Oaxaca, Mexico, to continue their call for the resignation of the state's governor.
A student was wounded Sunday when a gunmen fired on a group of protesters. Thousands of protesters marched through the city center and gathered near Mexican federal police -- who were sent to restore order in Oaxaca. Police searched vehicles for weapons.
For the past five months, protesters have demanded the resignation of Oaxaca State Governor Ulises Ruiz over corruption allegations. Ruiz has refused to step down.
On Wednesday, police re-opened a central square in the city after clearing out protesters.
At least nine people, including a U.S. journalist, have been killed in the crisis in recent weeks.
Some information for this report was provided by AP and Reuters.