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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.

Death toll in Mexico drug cartel’s attack on chopper rises to 8

A policewoman and a soldier succumbed to their wounds nearly a week after an attack by the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel on a military helicopter. Six soldiers were found dead in the fiery crash after the attack.

Military helicopter shot down as drug violence surges in western Mexico

MEXICO CITY — Gunmen shot down a Mexican military helicopter Friday in the western state of Jalisco, killing three soldiers, and set fire to buses, blocked roads and attacked banks and gas stations in a sharp escalation of anti-government violence.

Fugitive Mexican mayor and wife arrested in connection with missing students case

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican mayor and his wife accused in the disappearance of 43 student protesters in September were captured by police early Tuesday morning in Mexico City, hiding in a dilapidated concrete home filled with dogs.

Mexico captures most-wanted ‘drug-cartel kingpin’

MEXICO CITY – Mexican soldiers have captured Héctor Beltrán Leyva, one of the country's most-wanted men and a suspected drug-cartel kingpin who had a bounty of more than $7 million on his head, prosecutors said Wednesday.

Mexico struggles to sort self-defense forces from cartels as players switch sides

For a man who faked his own death by posing with red paint running down his neck and who has recorded a video tell-all to be sent to the Drug Enforcement Administration in the event he is murdered, José Santiago Valencia Sandoval seems to lead a remarkably stress-free life.

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