- Submitted by admin on Fri, 02/03/2012 - 5:43am
Police in Mexico's most violent city are finding themselves increasingly under target.
After a renewed crackdown on violence began having an effect in Ciudad Juarez, located on the border with the US, drug cartels have struck back, promising to kill a police officer each day.
Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin reports from Ciudad Juarez.
- Submitted by admin on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 3:30am
If you ever thought of all anonymous Internet users as cowards behind a keyboard, itâ€™s high time to think again. According to reports, Anonymous Mexico is going head-to-head with one of the most dangerous criminal organizations in the world, the Mexican cartel Los Zetas. Not only has the hacktivist group threatened to reveal names, but it has also started making good to its threats.
How did it start?
- Submitted by millennialrising on Wed, 10/12/2011 - 1:13am
As the violence spread, billions of dollars of cartel cash began to seep into the global financial system. But a special investigation by the Observer reveals how the increasingly frantic warnings of one London whistleblower were ignored.
- Submitted by admin on Thu, 09/29/2011 - 10:11pm
A scrawled sign was placed next to a decapitated body near a main road in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo. Its message was simple: Stop talking about drug cartels on the internet â€” or anywhere else. â€œNuevo Laredo en Vivo and social networking sites,â€ the sign read, â€œIâ€™m The Laredo Girl, and Iâ€™m here because of my reports, and yours.â€
- Submitted by admin on Thu, 09/22/2011 - 2:42am
MEXICO CITY (AP) â€“ Suspected drug traffickers drove two trucks to a main avenue in a Mexican Gulf coast city and dumped 35 slaying victims during rush hour while gunmen stood guard and pointed their weapons at frightened motorists.
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