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  1. Obama's Arms Race Fuels Mexican Drug WarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Breitbart.com

    U.S. Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne speaks at the presentation of three new UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters at the Navy's headquarters in Mexico City. Photo/REUTERS As Mexico continues to spiral into chaos with their out of control cartel violence, the U.S. government continues to fuel the drug war by providing weapons, helicopters and hummers to what is considered by many to be one of the most corrupt countries in the world.

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  2. Drug cartel violence flares in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Iol.co.za

    Drug cartel violence in Mexico's Tamaulipas state flared up for the second time in a week on Wednesday, with gun battles and arson attacks erupting in the street after police captured four alleged drug gang members. The detainees, whose identity is still unknown, are from the Gulf Cartel, one of Mexico's oldest drug trafficking groups, also known for kidnappings and immigrant trafficking.

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  3. Drug Cartel Violence Erupts Again in Mexican StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Voice of America

    Drug cartel violence in Mexico's Tamaulipas state flared up for the second time in a week Wednesday, with gunbattles and arson attacks erupting in the street after police captured four alleged drug gang members. Two people were killed.

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  4. Gunfights erupt again after Mexican drug lord arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Yahoo!

    A drug lord's capture triggered firefights in Mexico's troubled northern state of Tamaulipas on Wednesday, as his henchmen tried to rescue him in the second such incident in days. Four state police officers were wounded in the violence that erupted after the arrest of the criminal group's local chief and three accomplices in Altamira, the state's security task force said in a statement.

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  5. Cartel violence in Reynosa and the Border Security BillRead the original story

    Monday Apr 20 | Texas Monthly

    The drug cartel violence on Friday in the Mexican border town of Reynosa will give ammunition to those in Texas pushing for an increase in state spending of up to $800 million for border security. But the violence also may be a sign that Mexico is making some progress in its war on the cartels.

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  6. Mexican police capture leader of Ju rez CartelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Dallas Morning News

    Mexican officials said Sunday that they had captured a leader of the JuA rez Cartel, JesAos Salas Aguayo, the man in charge of the gang's operations in Ciudad JuA rez, in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, during a convulsion of violence that made the city one of the world's most murderous. Salas, 38, was arrested Friday in the town of Villa Ahumada, about 80 miles south of the Texas border, Mexico's national security commissioner told reporters Sunday.

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  7. Mexico says captures Juarez Cartel leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Star Online

    Mexican authorities said on Sunday they had captured a leader of the Juarez Cartel wanted by the United States government who took the helm after the organisation's long-time chief was nabbed last year. The leader, Jesus Aguayo, was detained on Friday by Federal troops in Villa Ahumada in the northern state of Chihuahua, which borders the United States and has played host to some of the worst drug trafficking-related violence in the country.

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  8. Mexico captures Gulf Cartel leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Iol.co.za

    Mexican authorities on Saturday confirmed the capture of a leader of the Gulf Cartel, describing him as responsible for much of the violence in the US border city of Reynosa in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas. Jose Tiburcio Hernandez Fuentes was captured on Friday and transferred to Mexico city, despite a shootout between the Mexican army and police and around 60 of Hernandez's gunmen who tried to rescue him.

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  9. World Briefs: Finance leaders see some gloomRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    World finance officials said Saturday they see a number of threats on the horizon for a global economy still clawing back from the deepest recession in seven decades, and a potential Greek debt default presents the most immediate risk. After finance officials wrapped up three days of talks, the International Monetary Fund's policy committee set a goal of working toward a "more robust, balanced and job-rich global economy" while acknowledging growing risks to achieving that objective.

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  10. Gunfights rock Mexico border town near Texas as police arrest drug lordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Raw Story

    Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze on Friday in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after security forces arrested a leader of one of the main drug gangs in the area. Activity in parts of Reynosa, a city across the Rio Grande from McAllen, Texas, ground to a halt on Friday afternoon after vehicles were torched and shooting began, authorities said.

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  11. Reynosa Violence: Gunfights Rocks Mexican City on U.S. BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Valley News Live

    Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze on Friday in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after security forces arrested a leader of one of the main drug gangs in the area. Activity in parts of Reynosa, a city across the Rio Grande from McAllen, Texas, ground to a halt on Friday afternoon after vehicles were torched and shooting began, authorities said.

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  12. Mexico captures chief of Gulf Cartel in Reynosa gun battlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Christian Science Monitor

    Mexican authorities on Saturday confirmed the capture of a leader of the Gulf Cartel, describing him as responsible for much of the violence in the U.S. border city of Reynosa in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas. Jose Tiburcio Hernandez Fuentes - known as "El Gafe" -was captured on Friday and transferred to Mexico city, despite a shootout between the Mexican army and police and around 60 of Hernandez's gunmen who tried to rescue him.

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  13. Gun battles kill threeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    Gun battles have left at least three people dead on the streets of Reynosa, a Mexican city on the border with the US that has been plagued by drug cartel violence. Gun battles have left at least three people dead on the streets of Reynosa, a Mexican city on the border with the US that has been plagued by drug cartel violence.

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  14. Deaths in violence as Mexican cartel chief capturedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Al Jazeera

    Three die in gunfights following arrest of cartel leader and three of his comrades in city of Reynosa near US border. The arrest of a leader of a prominent drugs cartel sparked gunfights and blockades of burning vehicles that left at least three people dead near Mexico's border with the United States, authorities say.

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  15. Mexican kingpin's arrest sparks gunfights, 3 deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The China Post

    A cartel attacked Mexican security forces Friday in reaction to a drug lord's arrest in a city near the U.S. border, unleashing gunfights that killed at least three gunmen and wounded two officers. The gang torched several vehicles, including a school bus, and used trucks and cars to block streets in Reynosa, sowing panic in the city of 610,000 people across from McAllen, Texas.

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  16. Cartel Arrest Sets Off Massive Shootout Near Texas BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Breitbart.com

    The capture of a regional boss for the Gulf Cartel set off a fierce firefight throughout the border city of Reynosa. The bustling industrial city was turned into a warzone.

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  17. Mexican border city erupts in violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | KYTX-TV News

    A Denver based photographer who has shot the NCAA Tournament Final Four for the last 60 seasons is making this year his last. If a picture is worth a thousand words, Rich Clarkson's collection would fill libraries.

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  18. Violence Rocks Mexico's Reynosa Near U.S. Border After Drug Cartel Leader ArrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Switched

    Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze on Friday in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after security forces arrested a leader of one of the main drug gangs in the area. Activity in parts of Reynosa, a city across the Rio Grande from McAllen, Texas, ground to a halt on Friday afternoon after vehicles were torched and shooting began, authorities said.

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  19. Gunfights and blockades break out in Mexican border city ReynosaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Christian Science Monitor

    Mexican Federal Police patrol the Centro Cultural Reynosa where Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, secretary of state of Mexico, gave a news conference in Reynosa, Tamaulipas state, in May 2014. On Friday, at least three were killed in a clash between cartel members and federal officers in Reynosa.

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  20. Three dead in drug cartel gunfight, riot in Mexican border cityRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 18 | UPI

    A gun battle and rioting erupted as Mexican police were attempting to arrest an alleged drug cartel leader, leaving three dead in one of Mexico's biggest cities, the border town of Reynosa. Vehicles were torched after federal police arrested Jose Hugo Rodriguez Sanchez, also known as El Gafe or The Jinx, the alleged leader of the Gulf Cartel.

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