In A Drug War, Mexican Forces Accused Of Abuses
Federal policemen escort the armored car carrying a member of Los Zetas drug cartel in June. The security forces have been accused of abuses in the fight ...
Mexican forces accused of abuses in drug war
Mexican troops waging war on drug gangs not punished for rights abuses – report
Mexico sent in the army to fight the drug war. Many question the toll on
The Staggering Death Toll of Mexico's Drug War
The new Internal Security Law formally regulates the use of the military in police roles [
Mexico accused of abuses in drug war
Mexican President Felipe Calderon has deployed about 50,000 troops to crackdown on drug cartels since December
Mexican soldiers training in August 2010
The cartels arm themselves heavily. Here, Mexican Federal Police display a large cache of
Family members of Francis Alejandro Garcia Orozco and Lenin Vladmir Pita Barrera say they have no idea where the Army took their family members, or why.
In Drug War, Mexico Fights Cartel and Itself
Mexican soldiers check a motorcyclist in Apatzingan, in Michoacan State, on 16 January 16
Mexico police charged with using death squad tactics on drug suspects
Mexico's Law on Internal Security: Turning a Blind Eye to Military Abuses in Public Security Operations - WOLA
Mexican soldiers patrol during an operation against alleged members of organized crime in Culiacan, Sinoaloa
Mexican military role in fighting drug war and cartels - Business Insider
Soldiers stand guard in Acapulco. Critics say the new law will cement a failed strategy
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A skull of someone thought to be a victim of drug violence lies on the ground
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Violence is soaring in parts of Mexico that supply America's heroin
Mexico's drug trade hits home
Drug rehabilitation centre. Tijuana, Mexico. Alejandro Cossio/AP/Press Association Images
Soldiers took them in the night. Now Mexico's drug war strategy is on trial.
Mexican marines patrol near the maximum-security Altiplano prison in Almoloya, west of Mexico City, July 12, 2015. AP
THE MEXICAN drug war is a killing machine. The level of violence and slaughter is similar to conventional warfare. In just six years, 70,000 people have ...
Mexican Troops Unpunished for Human Rights Violations: Report
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Mexico security law protests
Government troops stand atop of armoured personnel carriers during the celebration of the 77th founding anniversary
Photos: Mexico's long-running drug war
Mexico's Drug War. A Mexican colonel stands in a poppy field before it is destroyed during a military operation in Coyuca de Catalan, Mexico.
Mexico enshrines army's role in drug war with divisive law
Mexican army soldiers display $15 million U.S. on November 22, 2011, in Mexico City
Acacpulco police disarmed and investigated over alleged drug links
Image. Military police officers at ...
A photographer with a subject in the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, which has no regular police force. The Mexican army and federal police patrol the streets.
American-born Edgar Valdez Villareal, or 'La Barbie,&. Photos: Mexico's long-running drug war
Victims of Mexico military abuses shudder at new security law
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A grandson of the murdered Mexican journalist Carlos Dominguez Rodriguez mourns over his coffin.
A judge denied El Chapo's request to speak in open court after prosecutors expressed concerns he
U.S. drug war has met none of its goals
Three members of the Mexican Army watch at the residencial Anahuac neighbordhood in Monterrey, Nuevo
View of a mural painted by artists in memory of Mexican journalist Javier Valdez in Monterrey
Policemen walk during a press conference in which alleged members of the Arellano Felix cartel were
Marines standing guard in Mexico City after a July 2017 shootout between gang members and the Mexican army. Carlos Jasso/Reuters
Relatives weep as the coffin of an alleged thief and drug pusher, who was a
The Zetas cartel was blamed for setting fire to the Casino Royale in Monterrey, Mexico
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A record 29,000 Mexicans were murdered last year – can soldiers stop the bloodshed?
Mexican protesters confront the marines sent in to disband them. Reuters
A woman cries over the corpse of her murdered family member while forensic personnel work at
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Mexican soldiers ordered to kill in Tlatlaya, claim rights activists
Los Cabos is no longer a haven from Mexico's bloodshed
'The only two powerful cartels left': rivals clash in Mexico's murder capital
Mexico army marijuana burn
Police examine the body of an alleged drug dealer and victim of a summary execution on
A drug addict uses a glass water pipe to smoke shabu, or methamphetamine, at
Nanette Castillo grieves next to the dead body of her son Aldrin, an alleged drug
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Jennilyn Olayres, center, cries as she follows the hearse carrying the coffin of her
Mexico weighs internal security law for drug war despite rights issues - Business Insider
Mexican Marines during an operation against a drug cartel at Xalapa, Veracruz
Much of this is explained by what's known as the balloon effect: Cracking down on drugs in one area doesn't necessarily reduce the overall supply of drugs.
Suspected members of the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas from Guatemala and Mexico wait in court
Mexican troops during a gun battle in Michoacán, 2007. Mexico's drug war claims nearly 50,000 lives each year.
Residents of Makati in central Manila wait to take a pledge that they will not use
Hundreds of firearms are displayed before being destroyed at the Morelos military headquarters in Tijuana,
The important thing to understand about the modern drug trade— something which is occasionally lost in mainstream news coverage—is that it is not simply the ...
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in a training exercise
Now Mexican officials must reckon with rising heroin use in the border town of Ciudad Juarez; cocaine circulating in Acapulco's beach scene; ...