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Authorities sealed off this Caribbean resort in southeastern Mexico to apprehend members of an armed gang who robbed jewelry stores and other high-end shops at a mall in the hotel district. "It's not people from here," Mayor Julian Ricalde Magaña told Efe. "It's apparently a large group of some 25 people who came from (the Gulf coast state) of Veracruz to commit the robbery." continue reading »
A young resident of Contrado ciiudad was killed Thursday at the Cañedo canal in the town of Navolato. The victim was identified by the name of Gilberto Vargas Felix, age 23, residing in the state capital. continue reading »
Yesterday, at approximately 7:45 pm the bus line Urban and Sub Urban Bus GAMJU Inc. made its tour of the Pantheon called "New Dawn" at the Colonia La Moderna, of this city of Tuxtepec , Oaxaca Pinacho municipal agency. A male passenger shot a second male passenger who was sitting in seat number 30, with a firearm. continue reading »
The small, makeshift altar honoring Jesus Malverde and also containing images of the Virgin of Guadalupe (Mexico's patron saint) and Jesus Christ, as well as some Mexican coins, was located inside a "narcotunnel" discovered Thursday night on the northeast side of Tijuana, just across the border from San Diego. continue reading »
Seven decapitated bodies were found Thursday in the central Mexican town of Jojutla, the Morelos state Attorney General's Office said. The bodies were inside a pick-up truck abandoned next to a gas station, while the severed heads were left nearby. continue reading »
Four bus drivers were killed by gun shots to the head, beside the bodies were found narco- messages. The incident occurred at four points in the port of Acapulco. The first incident took place about noon on Ruiz Avenue and Sixth Street Cortínez January, in Colonia La Laja, where a compact car pursued the pairing of Pedro Alvarez Loaeza 38-year-old Victoria Reyes Solis 44 years old, both received at least two shots to the head. continue reading »
The terror of the drug trade in Mexico has come to Facebook. A woman was brutally attacked by unknown assailants, but then the murderers went into the woman's Facebook account and posted about the killing. In a Facebook profile under the name of Lucy Herrera Aleman Valdes (The Silky) from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Blog del Narco saw the tragic story, as the killing of the owner was shown on her own account. continue reading »