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Mexico (AP) — Children in a western Mexico state besieged by drug violence have helped produce a book that is full of images of shootouts, kidnappings, robberies and grenade attacks that kids are increasingly being exposed to.
Mexico (AP) — Police early Thursday found the body of a 4-year-old girl who had been shot in the chest — the fifth child killed in drug-related violence in this Mexican resort city in less than a week. The child was in a car next
Associated Press A leader of the brutal La Familia drug cartel is believed to have been killed in a shootout during two days violence have challenged police and terrified civilians across key parts of Michoacan state, a Mexican official said Friday.
Mexico (AP) — A letter purportedly signed by La Familia drug cartel announcing a one-month truce circulated Sunday in the western state of Michoacan. In the one-page message, distributed by e-mail and in some cities door by door,
La Familia drug cartel announced a one-month truce via a letter which circulated on Sunday, January 2, 2011 http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/01/02/mexican-cartel-
Mexico A letter purportedly signed by La Familia drug cartel announcing a one-month truce circulated Sunday in the western state of Michoacan. In the one-page message, distributed by e-mail and in some cities door by door, the gang claims it will
Mexico's federal police said Friday that the once-fearsome La Familia drug cartel has been "completely dismembered" and has broken down into small groups that commit robberies to pay their members. The cartel has dominated the
Mr. Caballero asks the reporter, who has come to his metal-detector-protected boutique in the upscale Polanco district of the Mexican capital to check out his new line of death-defying garments. It is an interesting question, and not one usually
Mexico said Thursday that more than 30,000 people have been killed in drug violence since President Felipe Calderon launched a crackdown against cartels in late 2006. The government said the violent La Familia cartel in western
Mexico (AP) — A peace march called by local authorities in western Mexico turned into a show of support for a slain drug lord Sunday, with adults and children carrying signs lauding the capo known for handing out Bibles to the poor.