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United States calls for ‘war’ on cartels after Mormons murdered in Mexico

Three women and six children were killed, including a set of twin babies, said relatives and Mexican officials.

Did Delta Force help capture El Chapo? US role yet to be detailed

The U.S. government has not detailed how it assisted in the capture of El Chapo. But a report by the online magazine SOFREP suggested that Delta Force operators and U.S. law enforcement officials were involved in the mission.

Sinaloa drug cartel lives on despite ‘CEO’ El Chapo’s capture

The recapture of kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán was a boost to the Mexican government, but his Sinaloa drug cartel lives on despite the loss of its "CEO," analysts say.

Actor Sean Penn secretly interviewed ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán in hideout before capture

CULIACÁN, Mexico –The Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán story couldn't seem any more unbelievable, with its multiple prison breaks, endless sewers and tunnels, outlandish sums of money, and feverish manhunts. And then Sean Penn entered the story.

Lawyer for Mexico’s most-wanted man, ‘El Chapo,’ doesn’t know where client is

Lawyer Juan Pablo Badillo has nothing but praise for his client Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, but says he doesn't know where he is.

Salman Rushdie, Paul Aster and other prominent writers blast Mexican president over journalist slayings

"An attempt on the life of a journalist is an attack on society's very right to be informed."

Mexico sacks prison chiefs over Guzmán escape, offers bounty

Mexico's government offered a $3.8 million reward for the capture of fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman on Monday and sacked top prison officials amid suspicions that guards helped him escape.

Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán tunnels out of maximum security prison

After guards realized he had disappeared, they found the hatch that led by ladder down to the tunnel, which was illuminated, perforated with PVC piping for ventilation and equipped with an adapted motorcycle-on-rails to whisk the drug lord to freedom.

Nuevo León region rebounds from drug-cartel barbarism to thriving foreign investment hub

MONTERREY, Mexico — The attack that burned 52 people to death at a casino in an upscale neighborhood was bad. But what really scared Idalia Villafana's customers away were the body parts once strewn across the plaza near her restaurant.

Mexico’s feeble police vetting ended in 43 vanished students

Across Mexico, several cases shed light on how corruption in law enforcement has continued to fester under President Enrique Peña Nieto as he focused on economic improvements and an international image makeover for the country.

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