Crime factions in Mexico were suspected of unleashing a series of attacks on government forces Tuesday that resulted in the deaths of 20 criminals and two federales.
The attacks, which also left 15 police officers injured, exhibits the challenges facing the Mexican government in terms of outlaw groups and intense new waves of cartel violence. The conflict is detracting from President Enrique Peña Nieto’s effort to steer the world’s attention away from Mexico’s drug war and toward the country’s economic potential.
Red more at LATimes.com.
Crime factions in Mexico were suspected of unleashing a series of attacks on government…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 24, 2013