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Mexican cartels reach Central America
Central America has become the outlet of Mexican organized crime for drug trafficking, money laundering, and human trafficking
Bodies hung from bridge in Mexico
From January to June 2019, murders have increased 175% in the municipality of Uruapan, Michoacán
Mexico to auction diamonds, rubies, and emeralds
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Life in prison for “El Chapo,” they ask for 30 more years
After 11 weeks of trial, Guzmán faces life in prison at his scheduled July 17th sentencing on the 10 charges for drug trafficking and money laundering
‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s bid for new trial is rejected
“El Chapo” lost bid for a new trial since the allegations of sexual abuse read by the jury during the trial were inconsequential to the case in comparison to the rest of the evidence.
Mexico auctions mansions previously owned by drug lords and criminals
The SAE auctioned 27 lots of properties and expected to raise MXN $168.4 million
Violence: The media is silent
EL UNIVERSAL and Google News Initiative registered that in 10 states, media outlets are staying silent in regards to violence
Fentanyl, a threat to Mexico
Fentanyl is trafficked from Mexico to the U.S. using courier services, cars, buses, cargo transport, and airplanes
Two more mass graves found in the city of Guadalajara
When family members whose loved ones are missing heard the news, they contacted the authorities in hopes of finding their family member
Violence besieges Mexico
A few streets away from the National Palace, drug dealers settle their disputes with firearms and extort street vendors and businesses