The Haitian migration crisis continues, with thousands of desperate migrants leaving the country every month, most of them headed for the U.S. But with little chance of being granted asylum, for many, falling short means remaining in Mexico. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock has more.
A commando force of drug gang gunmen stormed ashore at a beach on Mexico’s resort-studded Caribbean coast in front of luxury hotels and executed two drug dealers from a rival gang. Start your day with Morning in America, NewsNation’s live three-hour national morning newscast hosted by Adrienne Bankert. #mexico #gang #luxuryhotels Read more here: NewsNation… Continue reading Gang executes two drug dealers near luxury hotels in Mexico | Morning in America
2020 is set to become Mexico’s deadliest year on record. Despite hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic would slow down violent crime, it’s had the opposite effect. VICE News visited Culiacán a city of about 800,000, and the headquarters of the notorious Sinaloa Cartel. Subscribe to VICE News here: Check out VICE News for more: Follow… Continue reading Mexico's Cartels Are Deadlier Than Ever Despite the Pandemic
The Los Zetas Cartel changed the game in the Mexican War on Drugs. From the mid-2000s, they introduced an unprecedented level of violence – paramilitary-style executions, beheadings, bodies hung from bridges. But this was not simply psychopathic violence. These were special forces soldiers from the Mexican military – who had received specialized training from the… Continue reading The Deadliest Cartel in Mexico | The War on Drugs
Tens of thousands are missing, many more murdered. So why are Mexico’s violent drug cartels operating with impunity? We go inside the most powerful cartel to meet the footsoldiers. Corruption, they say, goes right to the top. Produced in collaboration with Ben Zand and Vice TV. In Mexico’s Sinaloa state, violence has become a way… Continue reading Inside Mexico's Most Powerful Drug Cartel | Foreign Correspondent
The end of 2021 will mark 15 years since the start of Mexico’s “guerra contra el narcotráfico,” a war against drug trafficking that officially began in December 2006, when thousands of soldiers were deployed to topple the cartel terrorizing the state of Michoacán. The war soon spread and plunged the entire country into a downward… Continue reading On the Front Line With Mexico’s Warring Cartels