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Guatemala Says Los Zetas Responsible for Massacre

The killing of seven men at a medical complex in this capital was the work of drug-cartel enforcers, Guatemala’s interior minister said Friday.

Mauricio Lopez Bonilla told reporters that the intended target of Thursday’s attack was re…

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2011 Most Violent Year in Mexico Under Calderon: Report

Newly released statistics showed that 2011 was the most violent year of President Calderon’s term, with homicides in Mexico more than doubling in several states.
New data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) revealed that …

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Mexico Gangs Use Social Networking Sites For Recruitment, Intelligence
Mexico's drug trafficking organizations have taken to the Internet to gather intelligence, intimidate the public, and find recruits, according to a report by the US anti-drug agency, presented at a ...
15 Bodies Found Near Guadalajara
  At least 15 bodies have surfaced in a town near Guadalajara, Jalisco. The victims were found along a highway near the town of Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos, which is about ...
Has the Tijuana Cartel United With the Zetas?
Recent reports have emerged that the Arellano-Félix Organization (Tijuana Cartel) has joined forces with the Zetas to combat the Sinaloa Cartel. The development is not completely new, as a few ...
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Devastating violence
Spanish source poresto.net The dispute barbaric drug trafficking routes and places is endless and Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas, 10 people were butchered / A confrontation of "Los Zetas" with the Gulf Cartel ...
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Remains of 167 people found in Mexican cave
Mexican authorities have found the remains of 167 people in a southern Mexican cave, and forensic experts believe the remains are at least 50 years old, according to a statement ...
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Guadalajara Body Dump Heralds Spread of Massacres in Mexico
In Sight With 26 dead bodies dumped on the streets of Guadalajara, mass killings in Mexico seem to be growing more common and spreading across the country, as each massacre raises ...

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