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Grim highlights: mass violence in Mexico

Some notable incidents of mass violence Mexico’s drug war over past year:
May 13: Mutilated bodies of 49 people dumped on highway in northern Mexico.
May 9: Dismembered bodies of 18 victims left near Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara.

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At least 12 Mutilated bodies found in Jalisco

Reporting By Lizbeth Diaz and Ioan GrilloReutersPolice found the decapitated and dismembered bodies of at least 12 people dumped near Mexico’s second largest city, Guadalajara, in what appeared to be the latest atrocity by the country’s most brutal dru…

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Soldiers put final touches on a giant 'No More Weapons' billboard made with crushed firearms placed near the U.S. border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on Friday Feb. 17, 2012. President Felipe Calderon unveiled the billboard Thursday and urged the United States to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico. (AP Photo/Raymundo Ruiz)
14 mutilated bodies found in Mexican border city
MEXICO CITY—Authorities say police found the mutilated bodies of 14 men in a minivan abandoned in the downtown area of the border city of Nuevo Laredo. [caption id="attachment_52090" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Soldiers ...
7 mutilated bodies found in Nuevo Laredo
The mutilated bodies of seven unidentified men were found in an abandoned vehicle Monday morning east of downtown Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Authorities responded to a 9 a.m. call reporting the vehicle and ...

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