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  1. Mexican Crime Cartel Deploys Video Surveillance Network to Track Govt. Security AgenciesRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Security Sales & Integration

    REYNOSA, Tamaulipas, Mexico - At least one Mexican crime cartel has created its own video surveillance network to protect its nefarious operations. Authorities in northeastern Mexico's Tamaulipas state recently dismantled an Internet-operated video surveillance network used by a criminal organization to track government security forces as well as civilians, reports Motherboard .

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  2. Midday open thread: Drug cartel builds CCTV network; 'clickbait' enters dictionary; microbead banRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    Authorities in northeastern Mexico's Tamaulipas state recently dismantled an internet-operated video surveillance network used by a criminal group to monitor both government security forces and civilian life. The CCTV network comprised 39 cameras, according to El Universal, and is an unprecedented feat of counter-surveillance in an ongoing technological arms race between Mexican and American authorities and cartels.

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  3. Cartel Chronicles: Three Separate Grenade Attacks in Mexican Border CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Breitbart.com

    Breitbart Texas traveled to the Mexican border cities of Reynosa and Matamoros to recruit citizen journalists willing to risk their lives and expose the cartels silencing their communities. The writers would face certain death at the hands of the Gulf Cartel if a pseudonym were not used.

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  4. Gulf Cartel Had Camera Surveillance System Across Mexican Border CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Breitbart.com

    Mexican authorities have dismantled a massive surveillance system used by the Gulf cartel in a city bordering Texas. The system was made up of surveillance cameras and spread throughout the city.

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  5. Cartel surveillance cameras found in Mexican border cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Star-Telegram.com

    A drug cartel in the northern state of Tamaulipas used at least 39 surveillance cameras to monitor the comings and goings of authorities in the city of Reynosa across the border from Texas, Mexican officials said Friday. The cameras were powered by electric lines above the city streets and accessed the Internet through phone cables along the same poles, according to a statement from state authorities.

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  6. Cartel operated surveillance cameras in Mexican cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Yahoo!

    A drug cartel installed 39 surveillance cameras in a Mexican city bordering the United States to monitor the movements of residents and security forces, authorities said Friday. It underlines the pervasiveness of Mexico's powerful drug cartels, who have eyes and ears in towns and cities across the country thanks to human "halcones," or hawks, who act as lookouts and relay information to the gangs.

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  7. Cartel Chronicles: Mexican Army Tracking Former Soldiers to Limit Recruitment by CartelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Breitbart.com

    Breitbart Texas traveled to the Mexican border cities of Reynosa and Matamoros to recruit citizen journalists willing to risk their lives and expose the cartels silencing their communities. The writers would face certain death at the hands of the Gulf Cartel if a pseudonym were not used.

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  8. Drug cartel's surveillance cameras tapped electricity, Internet in Mexican border cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Star Tribune

    A drug cartel in the northern state of Tamaulipas used at least 39 surveillance cameras to monitor the comings and goings of authorities in the city of Reynosa across the border from Texas, Mexican officials said Friday. The cameras were powered by electric lines above the city streets and accessed the Internet through phone cables along the same poles, according to a statement from state authorities.

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  9. .com | Police, election offices bombed in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | News24

    An explosive device has struck a Mexican federal police building and another blew up in front of the National Electoral Institute in a northern city torn by drug cartel violence. Thursday's explosions in Matamoros, which lies at the border with Texas, did not cause injuries or major damage, said Herminio Garza, secretary general of the Tamaulipas state government.

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  10. Houston's learning curveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Politico

    The first time Madelinne Gomez journeyed from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, to Houston it was 2008 and she was 8 years old. Madelinne's father had been killed when she was four and she hoped to rejoin her mother, who'd been in Texas for several years.

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  11. Mexico's drug war is getting even worseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Despite eight years of violence spanning two Mexican presidential administrations, the country's drug war has continued with few signs that Mexico's drug cartels are waning in power. Formally launched in December 2006 by former President Felipe Calderon and then continued under his successor, Enrique Pena Nieto, the drug war struck a series of high profile blows against Mexican cartels.

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  12. Holiday Inn Reynosa Industrial Poniente Hotel Sold for Ps. 103.6 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Hotel News Resource

    Fibra Inn announced yesterday its decision to exercise its call option to purchase Holiday Inn Reynosa Industrial Poniente hotel in the State of Tamaulipas. Deutsche Bank Mexico, S.A., Banking institution, Trust Division F/1616 or Fibra Inn , a Mexican real estate investment trust specializing in the hotel industry serving the business traveler, announced yesterday its decision to exercise its call option to purchase Holiday Inn Reynosa Industrial Poniente hotel in the State of Tamaulipas.

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  13. Little to show? Reveal nothingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | MySanAntonio.com

    In this file photo, a masked Texas Department of Public Safety trooper prepares to patrol the Rio Grande River between McAllen, Texas, and Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, on a boat armed with M240 machine guns. The Legislature is now considering a massive boost to DPS to sustain the effort - $800 million more approved by the state Senate, $500 million more in the House. 6 comments

  14. Cartel Chronicles: Cartel Gunmen Get Away with Attack on Military Convoy near BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Breitbart.com

    Breitbart Texas traveled to the Mexican border cities of Reynosa and Matamoros to recruit citizen journalists willing to risk their lives and expose the cartels silencing their communities. The writers would face certain death at the hands of the Gulf Cartel if a pseudonym were not used.

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  15. Performance of his life required if Burns is to triumph in TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Sunday Herald

    Forewarned is forearmed and Burns needs all the ammunition he could lay his hands on ahead of the most daunting date of his fighting life tonight. Not so much deep in the heart of Texas as deeper still into its tough crust, the former world super featherweight champion travels to the southern outpost of Hidalgo to face the ferocious Omar Figeuroa in a fight that will either kick-start or kill stone dead Burns' career.

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  16. Couple moves to dedicate time to foster careRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Progress Times

    ... It has a full kitchen, spacious living room and enough capacity to house up to 10 children. The couple from Reynosa, Mexico, is able to work with children up to 16 years old, but the six children they are housing range from 3 to 12 years old. ...

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  17. Mexican woman behind bars with no running water or heating 'after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Daily Mail

    A Mexican women was allegedly kept locked up in her own house with heating or running water for years by her own son. Social workers have now pledged to look into the case of Dolores 'Lola' Gonzales Luna, after pictures and a video of her behind bars were shared by Mexican media.

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  18. Mexico: Chiapas Peasants March Against Narco-ViolenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | High Times

    Indigenous Maya peasants in Mexico's southern state of Chiapas are marching cross-country to oppose violence by the local narco gangs and the corruption of local authorities that protect them. The "pilgrimage" left the rural town of Simojovel some 15,000 strong at the end of March and is now arriving at the state capital Tuxtla GutiA rrez, about 240 kilometers away through rugged country.

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  19. Guadalupe M. RiveraRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | The Daily Gazette

    MUSCATINE, Iowa – Guadalupe M. Rivera, 81, of Muscatine, passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at All-American Care Center in Muscatine. Guadalupe was born June 11, 1933, in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, the son of Jose and Berta Rivera.

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  20. CBP seizes nearly half a million dollars worth of cocaineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | KGNS-TV Laredo

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations at the Hidalgo International Bridge seized 61 pounds of alleged cocaine that was detected within a Dodge Journey driven by a man from Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. "Our officers' outstanding commitment in the effort towards keeping dangerous drugs from entering through our border crossings has enabled them to intercept these hard narcotics at one of our international bridges," said Acting Port Director Javier Cantu, Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas Port of Entry.

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