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Caravan from Mormon community flees Mexico after killings

An 18-vehicle caravan carrying about 100 members of an offshoot Mormon community leaving their homes in Mexico after a violent attack arrived in Arizona on Saturday.

Fentanyl seizures at southern border puts CBP agents at risk

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has stored enough fentanyl in the past year to kill an estimated 794 million people, but the agency isn't providing enough proper protection to its agents.

Migrant surge forces border patrol to deploy more agents

Due to a surge in undocumented immigrants, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials announced on Saturday the temporary deployment of about 150 border patrol agents to the Rio Grande Valley Sector in South Texas.

23 bodies found in search for missing agents in Jalisco, Mexico

In the continued search for two missing federal agents, Mexican officials have discovered 15 clandestine graves of which they have found 23 bodies and counting in Jalisco's La Barca municipality.

El Salvador uses failed ‘iron fist’ policies against rising crime

San Salvador - El Salvador's government has increasingly turned to its military in attempts at curbing escalating crime connected to gang-related drug trafficking, and President Mauricio Funes' actions are called a return to failed "iron fist" policies of the past.

Op-Ed: Is there a power monopoly in Britain?

The British Government is taking on the big electricity and gas suppliers. Are the companies at the mercy of global energy prices, or are they operating a cartel?

Op-Ed: The great cheese conspiracy

David Icke believes there is a conspiracy by giant lizards to enslave the world by abolishing cash and implanting microchips in the backs of our necks, but he has overlooked a far more sinister threat: the plot to rig the price of cheese in Britain.

Mexican drug cartel hit-men kill family of fallen hero

The Mexican war on drugs took a decidedly more violent turn after gunmen burst into the home of a fallen and celebrated hero's family and kill four.

Marijuana growers blamed for California wildfires

Police have tied a wildfire that burned 90,000 acres of California wilderness to a group of Marijuana growers who appeared to be operating in nearby forests. The fires have increased calls for legalization of marijuana in California.

Mexico allows 'personal use' of illegal drugs

As the joint U.S. and Mexican war on drugs continues, Mexico declares its intention to legalize personal usage amounts of marijuana, cocaine, and even LSD.

Op-Ed: The deplorable and deathly silence from Mexico

Mexico is suffering terribly as I write, and as you read, these words. And the International Community is almost nowhere to be seen. What are the United States and Europe doing about it? Why is the rest of South America pretending it isn’t happening?

Op-Ed: State Dept-Approved Arms Exports Provide Mexican Cartel Firepower

An investigation into the flow of weapons into Mexico from the U.S. has revealed they got there legally through State-approved trade programs. This evidence goes against what is typically reported in mainstream press.

Op-Ed: The War On Drugs – Time For A Change

There are no viable, or wise reasons for drug use to remain on the illegal side of the national judicial ledger. Legalization of drugs, starting with marijuana, will be a major step toward society getting back in control of its streets, and its sanity.


Mexico Puts up Million Dollars Reward to Capture Drug Criminals

The government of Mexico has put up millions of dollars in reward money for the capture of known drug kingpins in the country. More than 5,000 lives were lost in violent incidents that were linked to the operations of the illegal drug cartel

Mexican Cartels Use American Weapons

United States made weapons which are considered to be high-powered are sold within the country. However, they tend to be smuggled across the southern border and into Mexico. In Mexico, these weapons can be sold at a higher price.
 

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An ice-cream vendor and a man talk while looking at the vehicles of forensic technicians who are wor...
An ice-cream vendor and a man talk while looking at the vehicles of forensic technicians who are working to unearth bodies in La Barca, Mexico, November 27, 2013.
With permission by Reuters / Alejandro Acosta
Forensic technicians carry a body bag as colleagues search for human remains in a mass grave on the ...
Forensic technicians carry a body bag as colleagues search for human remains in a mass grave on the banks of the Lerma river in La Barca, Mexico, November 21, 2013
With permission by Reuters / Alejandro Acosta
As undocumented immigrants move across the Rio Grande  Border Patrol agents had to take cover as 50-...
As undocumented immigrants move across the Rio Grande, Border Patrol agents had to take cover as 50-caliber gunfire protected the boats.
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