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Mexicans in the world’s most violent city are taking barbed wire right off the border wall to protect their own homes
Some of the concertina wire US troops installed on the wall between San Diego and Tijuana has reappeared on homes south of the border.
Mexico sent troops to fight cartels’ new billion-dollar business, and some Mexicans are fighting back
Fuel theft has become widespread in Mexico, committed by civilians and criminal groups alike, and the government has responded with troops.
The Trump administration has pursued a hardline crackdown on organized crime, and five groups named by the Justice Department on Monday will be targeted by a new transnational organized-crime task force.
Mexico says it caught gunmen who shot down an army helicopter — and it may signal trouble for the country’s most powerful cartel
Gunmen from the Jalisco New Generation cartel shot down a military helicopter in 2015. Since then, the group has only gotten stronger — but efforts to bring it down are intensifying.
Violence in Mexico appears to have hit record levels in 2017, with drugs and drug trafficking playing a major role in increases over the past three year.
The son of ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s former right-hand man is reportedly talking to US authorities, and it could be trouble for the Sinalo...
There are already signs the son is cooperating with US authorities, and he could provide them with detailed information about the cartel's inner workings.
Brazil captured an alleged member of one Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels on his Christmas vacation
He had been living in Bolivia for two years after fleeing Mexico and entered Brazil as a tourist using a Bolivian passport.
Violence remains high in Ciudad Juarez and elsewhere in Chihuahua, and it appears to be related to intensifying criminal competition.
Investigators have little to go on after the killing of a location scout for Netflix's "Narcos" in one of Mexico's most violent areas.
Mexico's most popular resort areas had long avoided the deadly violence much of the country has seen in recent years, but that trend appears to be reversing.