Police uncovered 61 bodies in an abandoned crematorium on Thursday, close the Mexican resort town of Acapulco. The decomposing bodies were fully clothed, wrapped in sheets and sprinkled with lime in an effort to mask their smell, but suspicious neighbors…
By Marina Lopes
Four new mass graves were unveiled Thursday in the southwest Mexican town of Iguala, two weeks after a group of 43 students vanished in the region.
By Anna Christiansen
If any one place symbolizes the continuing frustration facing the Mexican government dealing with drug gangs, it is Michoacan, a western state of 4.3 million, which might have suffered as many as 1,000 homicides in the past year.
By Michael D. Mosettig
British Bank HSBC Makes $2 Billion Settlement on Money Laundering Charges…
Targeting Drug Cartel Leaders Is Key to Mexico's Strategy for War on Drugs…
With elections around the corner, a top concern for Mexican voters is the war on drug cartels. Margaret Warner continues her reporting from Mexico with a look at the devastating impact of the widespread drug violence.
By Larisa Epatko
In a series written for the Los Angeles Times, Richard Marosi reports on cocaine smugglers in Mexico's Sinaloa cartel as Drug Enforcement Administration agents set about tracking them.
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