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MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN****
Five municipal police officers who were off duty were kidnapped from a home on Friday , and at a nearby intersection, four of them were shot. Three died there, with a fourth dying at the hospital. Nothing is known of the fifth officer.
SANTA CATARINA, NUEVO LEÓN
Mexican military recaptured another of the prisoners that escaped from the Apodaca prison on February 19. This is the seventh recaptured, with another killed in a shootout, leaving 29 prisoners still outstanding.
On Friday, 7 people were executed here in several different incidents.
A report from the military says that 120 military are still missing after being kidnapped. It also continued that of 196 elements kidnapped, 76 have been found; of these, 45 were found dead in 10 states and only 14 managed to be released.
TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA
Municipal police and Mexican army seized a total of 844.5 kilos of marijuana here on Easter Sunday after receiving an anonymous tip. The value in the US was put at about $1,200,000.
Two men were found beheaded in a parked van near a church here on Sunday. Both were bound with clothes line.
Three people were killed here on Saturday. Two of them were found in an SUV parked in a churchyard, with the heads and other parts in a cooler with a narco message. The 10:30 pm Mass was canceled, and Catholics seeking to enter the church were kept out. The third one killed was a taxi driver found shot and killed.
Thee men, in 2 different trucks, were shot and killed here early Monday. Two other wounded men are being treated and are in what is described as ‘delicate condition.’
GOMEZ PALACIO, DURANGO
Two men were found executed here in separate incidents. One of them was a correctional officer at the prison here.
Good Friday a Holiday in Cuba for First Time in 50 Years
Guatemala Detects that the Mexican Zetas gang trains the Mara Salvatrucha
Rule of Law “Dead” in Ciudad Juarez, Mexican Journalist Says
Violence in Central Mexico Leaves 5 Dead
‘War on women’ in Mexico described as growing worse since escalation of drug war
Mexico’s lingering struggle for gender equality in politics
14 Die in Mexico Truck Accident
Mexican Cartel Leader Sentenced to 7 Life Terms in U.S.
Guatemalan Police Uncover Clandestine Drug Lab
(2 of 3 arrested are Mexican.)
Argentina: The Rise of La Campora
Colombian Conflict Enters a New Phase
FARC Attack Leaves Nine Dead******
Colombian Troops Shut Down FARC Rebel Hospital in Bogota
UN agency criticizes Brazilian appeals court’s lenient verdict in statutory rape case
Bolivian Police Blame Santa Cruz Crime on Drug Disputes
Guatemala to Create US-Backed Anti-Drug Task Force
Colombia issues Nevado del Ruiz volcano warning
Costa Rica’s Anti-Smoking Law As Strange As Aliens
Homeland Security Office Accused of Faking Reports on Internal Investigations
Tale of Two Drug Wars: Murders Explode in Mexico, Decline in US
Three plead guilty in botched ‘Fast and Furious’ gun-running sting
Chaffetz: Why won’t the White House let us talk to Fast & Furious witness?-Video
2 Men Dead after Fatal Shooting
Time for a Military Approach to the Border
Latino Vote to Be Crucial Once Again to U.S. Election Outcome
DHS requests bids for second try at virtual fence
US-Latin America: HR3783 and the Mega-Embassy That Never Was
Obama’s illegal alien uncle gets driver’s license after DWI
CA-No. San Diego County
Illegal immigrants in North County avoiding police contact, report says
U.S. Woman to Join Deported Husband in Mexico
Mexican Cartel Leader Sentenced to 7 Life Terms in U.S.
Sheriff’s volunteer pilot alleged to transport illegal aliens
CBP Officers In Southern Texas Arrest Georgia Woman On Child Smuggling Charges
MN and TN
Somali gangs on trial in sex trafficking case-News Video
Border Patrol agents seize more than 5 tons of marijuana in the valley this week
U.S. Border Patrol agent from El Paso, girlfriend arrested for federal firearms trafficking
Heedless US Officials Show Lack of Understanding of Mexico
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