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11/27/2020

The Mexican government says a former cop turned drug trafficker was the “intellectual author” behind the massacre of nine Americans in Sonora last year. Roberto Gonzalez Montes, a.k.a. “32” and “El Mudo” (The Mute), was...

11/25/2020

Mexican authorities have arrested another three suspects in connection to last year’s killing of nine American citizens in Bavispe, Sonora, multiple sources report. The detainees include Ramon Gonzalez Montes, a.k.a. “32...

11/25/2020

A flu vaccine in Mexico has become the latest drug to emerge on Latin America’s burgeoning black market medicine trade, highlighting how criminal groups are increasingly providing items believed to be of help against CO...

11/24/2020

Officials in Mexico City have launched a new program that will seek to impede criminal networks from recruiting minors across its center, suggesting the capital’s government is taking an increasingly targeted approach to...

11/24/2020

Mexican authorities have recovered 113 bodies and additional human remains from a secret grave outside the western city of Guadalajara. Jalisco state Attorney Gerardo Octavio Solís said Sunday night that 30 of the victim...

11/23/2020

As a candidate for president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador slammed Mexico’s armed forces and the “mafia of power” that he said controlled them. He accused soldiers of human rights abuses in the country’s bloody drug war a...

11/23/2020

Juarez is no longer under an overnight or a weekend curfew, but health officials are still urging people to stay home and avoid the spread of the coronavirus. “We are still on red (threat level) through Sunday. The state...

11/21/2020

The U.S. decision to drop drug trafficking charges against Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos shines a light on Mexico's increasingly powerful military.

11/20/2020

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday said his government did not threaten to expel U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents from Mexico in retaliation for former defense minister Salvador Ci...

11/20/2020

Mexico passed the 100,000 mark in COVID-19 deaths, becoming only the fourth country to do so amid concerns about the lingering physical and psychological scars on survivors. The milestone comes less than a week after Mex...

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