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Mexican troops are in the streets to fight the drug war, and the country's defence chief says legalisation may be 'a way out'


The world's largest Coke bottler is shutting down operations in one of Mexico's most violent states because of constant attacks


The State Department is telling US citizens 'do not travel' to 5 states in Mexico



Homicides have hit a new high in Mexico -- but that's not the only sign of growing insecurity


The stench from an overcrowded morgue in one of Mexico's most violent areas forced a government shutdown


Hours after a Mexican presidential candidate suggested cutting off hands to punish crime, a gang gave his idea a grisly sign of approval



A Pepsi bottler is shutting down operations in one of Mexico's most violent states -- 3 months after Coca-Cola left the same town


Hundreds of schools have shut down in a Mexican tourist haven after bandits broke in and forcibly cut students' hair


Homeland Security chief John Kelly and CIA director Mike Pompeo reportedly flew over Mexican opium fields


Mexico's unrelenting violence is climbing to new highs


2016 was Mexico's deadliest year under President Enrique Peña Nieto, but 2017 may be worse


Mexico's bloody cartel realignment is intensifying in one of the country's smallest states



In Mexico's "Hot Land," citizen self-defence forces and criminal groups may be gearing up for more violence


Violence has been brewing in Mexico's warrior state, and now it's having grisly consequences


Homicides in Mexico fell in October, but the deadly trend is clear to see


Mexican homicides have reached a new high, and an alarming trend is developing



A fridge full of cocaine found in southwest Mexico is the latest sign of an ominous trend


Violence is rising in Mexico's heroin capital, and it's a sign of how ugly the fight against crime has gotten


The new top prosecutor for one of Mexico's most notorious crimes was reportedly a guest at 'El Chapo' Guzmán's wedding


Violence is high in Mexico's most popular tourist destinations -- but some groups are more at risk