Blog del Narco -Michoacan Calls Military in to Stop Cartel Violence
Army troops are being deployed in Michoacan to restore order in the western Mexican state, which has been rocked by a wave of drug-related violence, federal officials said.
The Globe and Mail
Troops flood western Mexico to protect towns, but doubts remain
A group of armed guards stand with their weapons at the entrance of the town of La Ruana, Michoacan, Mexico, Monday, May 20 2013.
Mexican Indigenous Moms Pushed, Pulled by Fertility
Subhead: Rural Mexican women feel the push from the government to limit births and the pull of requests for sex from spouses who reject condoms and vasectomies, writes Vania Smith-Oka in this excerpt from "Shaping the Motherhood of Indigenous Mexico." Byline: Vania Smith-Oka Almost all the women in the community labor in the domestic sphere--they ... (more)
Drug violence in western Mexican state pushes 2 major companies to relocate facilities
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Mexican mayor blames brother's shooting death on vigilantes in his town
MORELIA, Mexico - A Mexican mayor whose brother was shot to death earlier this week says an armed vigilante movement in his town is to blame for the killing.
14 killed in attacks by alleged cartel gunmen on vigilantes in 3 western Mexico towns
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The Charlotte Observer
14 killed in clashes in 3 western Mexico towns
MORELIA, Mexico Mexican officials say 14 people died in several clashes between members of a "community police" group and a drug gang in the western state of Michoacan.