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New southern routes for arms trafficking in Mexico
Due to increasing surveillance measures in the Mexico-U.S. border, new routes for arms smuggling have found their way to Mexico from the southern border with Guatemala and Belize, all the way from Nicaragua
Arms trafficking on the rise in Mexico’s northern border
At least 80% of firearms in Mexico enter through the northern border and over 50% come from the U.S.; Texas and California are the main exporters
Mexico seizes luxury cars, including Lamborghinis and Ferraris
The discovery was made when authorities searched 11 homes in León, in the state of Guanajuato
On Monday morning, the remains of five women were found inside a truck in downtown Juan Aldama, Zacatecas, together with casings from firearms used exclusively by the Mexican Armed Forces
If passed, citizens would be allowed to carry firearms at their places of work, in their vehicles and on public transportation.