Targeting Drug Cartel Leaders Is Key to Mexico's Strategy for War on Drugs…
Without heads, hands or feet, 49 bodies were discovered outside Monterrey, Mexico -- the latest casualties of a brutal five-year-old war between the country's top two drug cartels. Ray Suarez reports.
After five years of a government war on the drug cartels and the deaths of more than 30,000 people, some Mexicans are organizing a movement called "ya basta" -- enough -- to bring an end to the killing.
By Larisa Epatko
The security situation in northern Guatemala is deteriorating as Mexico-based drug cartels extend their reach into the neighboring country.
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