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Where is El Chapo? On his home turf, no one’s saying

Where in the world has El Chapo gone? If the past is a guide, questions about the billionaire drug lord, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, tend to find their answers in Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains.

Mexico hunts drug kingpin, probes prison guards

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán escaped through a hole that was apparently dug with the help of a motorcycle mounted on a rail to transport tools and remove earth. Prosecutors questioned 30 prison employees of various rank, including the warden, the attorney general's office said, signaling suspicions of an inside job.

5 Mexico children detained over 6-year-old’s murder

Mexico sought answers Monday after five children aged 11 to 15 stoned, stabbed and buried a six-year-old boy, a shocking case that raised questions about the influence of drug violence on kids.

Mexico’s latest flash point emerges in Tamaulipas border state

With unfailing punctuality, the grocer receives text messages from his extortionist on the last day of each month. The medical students leave their lab coats at school, to avoid roaming gangsters who need surgery. The oil man mutters on his two-way radio as he drives behind tinted glass.

Police arrest 8 in connection with trucking company driving cocaine to Mexico

The alleged traffickers hid the drugs inside sealed buckets of pineapple juice driven in refrigerated trucks from Costa Rica to the Mexican state of Sinaloa. The United States is believed to be the final destination for the narcotics.

Former pot growers fueling the US heroin invasion

With the wholesale price of marijuana falling – driven in part by decriminalization in sections of the U.S. – Mexican drug farmers are turning away from cannabis and filling their fields with opium poppies.

In Mexico, 2,000 protest for drug lord’s release

CULIACÁN, Mexcio – Some 2,000 people demonstrated in support of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in his northwestern home state Wednesday, chanting "release him" following his weekend arrest.

Adiós, El Chapo

If history is any indication, "El Chapo" Guzmán's fall points to a difficult and likely violent time ahead, both in Mexico and the United States.

How do ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s kids live? Follow them on Twitter

It seems like you can find anything on social media these days – including the lifestyles of family members of Mexico's biggest drug capos.

As Mexico catches cartel boss, others wait in the wings

Analyst: "There's a strong possibility that this may increase the violence in Mexico."

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