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Mexico to prosecute judges who colluded with drug cartels
The President announced he would expose corrupt judges who have colluded with criminals
Mexico can't allow the return of vigilante self-defense groups
Vigilante groups were created to fulfill security tasks in several areas; in total, 32 groups were created
Former Peña Nieto aide joins the Partido Verde
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Mexican journalist who denounced drug cartels and human trafficking is murdered
In his article, he mentioned the origins and the way the Sinaloa cartel operated under Guzmán and linked them to locals
Mexico spent USD $7,700 million on weapons
Today, EL UNIVERSAL revealed that during Peña Nieto's presidency, the Mexican government spent the largest amount of money on weapons in its history
Mexico apologizes for the death of 5 youths kidnapped by police in 2016
Bloody battles among increasingly splintered criminal cartels have left more than 40,000 people missing in the past two decades
Enforced disappearance, Mexico's worst tragedy
Enforced disappearance became part of the official discourse as a result of the pressure that society exerted on the government and after events such as Ayotzinapa
“El Chapo” keeps his lips sealed
Judge Brian Cogan directly asked Guzmán whether he understood it was his decision, not that of his lawyers, to testify or not
El Chapo's trial reaches critical point
The main defense argument, as put forth by Guzmán lawyer Jeffrey Lichtman, has been that the real leader of the Sinaloa Cartel is Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada
Military desertion
Mexico has already suffered the consequences of a lack of control over those who abandon the army