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Mass Grave Found in Chihuahua

Mexican authorities have found at least 18 bodies in a mass grave in the state of...
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Mexican Authorities Capture Alleged Aztecas Leader

Mexican authorities captured Arturo Gallegos Castrellón, alias "El Farmero," the alleged leader of the Aztecas criminal...
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Mexico’s Military Back on Juarez Streets

The Mexican army will again patrol the streets of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, announced the Mexican Government's general secretary, Carlos Silveyra...
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Police Losing Members; Cartels Gaining Them

Five hundred seventy-two police have left the municipal force in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, the embattled town along the Texas border, Mexico’s El Milenio news...
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Protestors Demand an End to Military Presence in Ciudad Juarez

Hundreds of marchers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, called for the federal police and military to vacate the city Tuesday, Informador...
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October, Deadliest Month in Juarez in 2010

With 350 assassinations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, October will go down as the most violent month in 2010 for that embattled city, Mexican daily El...
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Juarez Newspaper Asks for Guidance from Traffickers

The Diario de Juarez published a moving editorial over the weekend entitled "What Do You Want From Us?" concerning the recent death of a staff photographer on...
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Vicente Carrillo Leyva, alias ‘El Ingeniero’

Vicente Carrillo Leyva, alias "El Ingeniero," was a top leader of the Juarez Cartel. He was captured in 2009 by Mexican...
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Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, alias ‘El Viceroy’

Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, alias "El Viceroy," inherited the Juárez Cartel after his brother died in 1997. At that point, the cartel was the most powerful drug...