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Obama administration seeks more comments on rifle sale plan

The Obama administration on Friday will seek another round of comments on its controversial proposal to require gun dealers in four states on the U.S.-Mexico border to report the sale of multiple rifles. Full story

Guatemalan police arrest rancher sought by US

Guatemalan police arrested a rancher sought by the U.S. government on an extradition warrant for his alleged ties to Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel, authorities said Tuesday. Full story

Guatemalan cops arrest rancher sought by US

Guatemalan police say a rancher sought by the U.S. government for his alleged dealings with Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel has been arrested on an extradition warrant. Full story

Arizona inmate attacks jailer to stay behind bars

An Arizona jail inmate who feared he would be killed by a Mexican drug cartel if were set free assaulted a detention officer in order to remain behind bars, authorities said on Tuesday. Full story

U.S. extends Mexico travel warning over drug mayhem

Spreading drug cartel violence in northern and central Mexico has led U.S. authorities to increase the number of states Americans should avoid for safety reasons. Full story

'More will die': Mexico drug wars claim US lives

While U.S. officials have long been concerned about the mindless violence bred by Mexico’s bloody and brutal drug wars, they have a new reason to worry: Americans are increasingly getting caught in the deadly crossfire. Full story

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Number of bodies found Mexico state rises to 122

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  Inside Mexico’s Drug War, Part 1

The Mexican Federal Police go on mission to capture a top leader of one of the country's powerful drug cartels in a country that has been ravaged by drug-related violence.  But nowhere is the violence more fierce than Ciudad Juarez where the innocent like sixteen-year-old Rubi Escobedo get caught in

  Gun warehouse seized from Mexican drug cartels

Enter the warehouse where the Mexican military has seized a stash of weapons from brutal drug cartels. Overall 67,000 guns, including gold-plated AK-47s and M-60 machine guns, have been confiscated by the Mexican government in the last four years.

  Mexican drug cartels target children

A children’s rights group estimates that 994 children in Mexico were killed in drug-related violence between 2006 and 2010. Telemundo’s Jose Diaz-Balart joins Chris Jansing to discuss why cartels are now targeting children.

  Cartels turn Monterrey into city of massacres

Monterrey was once one of Mexico's wealthiest, and safest, cities. Now, as drug cartels target police and government officials--killing more than 20 officers just last month alone--the spike in violence has changed life for all its citizens. ITN's Bill Neely reports.

  Juarez:  A city at war

The deadliest place on earth is not in Iraq or Afghanistan, it is in Mexico.   Juarez, has been turned into a battlefield by warring drug cartels.  ITV's Bill Neely with the first part of a weeklong series, "Murder in Mexico."

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