This year alone, more than 7, have died. Seasons are distinct, with hot summers, mild springs and autumns, and cold winters. Like many valley residents, she is seeking asylum in the United States. Two young boys rode by on dirt bikes and stared.
An older woman at the reception desk seemed unhappy to see us. The documents in the small wood-paneled room were all that remained of the family. Four soldiers in camouflage, dwarfed by their assault rifles, stood in the middle of the two-lane highway around an improvised shelter of sandbags and wood.
One of his bodyguards was killed. During this time, townspeople say, the Sinaloa cartel began to move in new people from other parts of Mexico, who they could trust to run the plaza.
Leaflets and banners were hung in the small towns of the Juarez Valley with lists of people to be executed. Since then, however, control of these areas has shifted to the Sinaloa Cartel.
It was said that El Rikin fed his unlucky victims to a lion he kept on one of his many ranches. We were still thinking about this when the Border Patrol vehicles re-emerged from the woods, carrying about 14 people accused of crossing the border.
Three days later, council member Patricia Avila was shot dead.
And rape is not uncommon. Doctors told Estela her husband would recover, but her baby had not survived the attack. There are no police officers because no one wants to be a policeman. Two days before Christmasarmed men kidnapped Erika Gandara. The head of forensics for northern Chihuahua, Oscar Maynez, whose staff had collected the evidence at the crime scene, resigned in frustration.
Email Someone is raping and killing the young women of Juarez, and leaving their bodies in the desert to rot. Martin Hueremo was a sitting council member at the time but now lives in exile in the United States. With this political transition, Mexican readers began to prefer media outlets that showed a level of integrity and autonomy.
I pulled over, and Cardona rolled down his window to ask a young woman selling used clothes in front of her house where we might find the bakery. Some were children and some were retirees.Mexico had the second-highest number of murders last year among countries considered in "armed conflict," according to a report published on Tuesday.
With nearly 23, intentional homicides in. This town Ciudad Juarez, a Mexican border town is KNOWN for its murders of women, something like + in the last 10 years?
authorities say its a combination of Americans sneaking over the border just to “kill a girl”, gangs/cartels and the possibility of 1 or 2 serial killers operating in town.
A cameraman in Juarez barely escaped a grenade attack. Back in his newsroom, Juarez news director Edgar Roman has a new job description. He wants to "preserve the lives of the people out there reporting, covering stories.
Juarez among the 50 most dangerous cities in the world Ciudad Juarez is among the most dangerous cities according to data provided by El Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública y la Justicia.
To reach the deadliest place in Mexico you take Carretera Federal 2, a well-paved stretch of highway that begins at the outskirts of Juarez, east for 50 miles along the Rio Grande, passing through. Apr 03, · The border is not a line It's a place.
We spent two weeks driving through the region where the U.S. and Mexico meet. We sought tales of people and of crossing.Download