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Mexico’s Internally Displaced An Invisible Problem: Report

Mexico’s Internally Displaced An Invisible Problem: Report

Hundreds of thousands of people in Mexico have been internally displaced due to violence perpetrated by organized crime groups but the majority have yet to receive adequate assistance from Mexican authorities, who have largely turned... Read more

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Led by the Beltran Leyva brothers, this Mexican drug trafficking organization worked with the Sinaloa Cartel before it split off in 2008, managing the groups’s hitmen networks and controlling the state of Sonora and the lucrative port of entry in Acapulco. After a series of arrests and deaths at the hands of rivals and government authorities, the Beltran Leyva Organization (BLO), once one of Mexico’s bloodiest and most powerful criminal organizations, is gravely weakened.

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Country Profile - Mexico

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Mexico
Mexico is home to some of the most vicious organized criminal gangs on the planet. They traffic drugs, weapons, humans and other contraband, and are threatening the stability of the region.
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