Night of Terror: Mexican Police and Heavily Armed Cartels Face Off in Acapulco
The violence began when armed men attacked a hotel that was housing federal police officers sent to reinforce security in the latest of many special law enforcement offensives that have failed to bring peace to the once-glamorous resort city.
Mexican Soldiers and a Federal Agent Caught on Tape Torturing a Woman
The video appears to back allegations of widespread torture in the context of Mexico’s drug wars, and the prominent role given to the army within them.
Belgian Police Release New Footage Of Airport Bombing Suspect, Still Don't Know Who He Is
The mysterious "man in the hat" is seen fleeing the airport, leaving behind an unexploded bomb. Then, cameras lose track of him.
Gun Battle in Mexico Leaves At Least 39 Dead, in Significant Single Toll in Drug War Violence
The one-sided nature of the initial death toll and photos that appear to show several unarmed victims raised speculation on social media that Friday's incident was not a conventional shootout.
‘It Was the Feds’: How Mexico’s Federal Police Slaughtered At Least 16 Civilians in Michoacan
Former rural police officers were protesting their disbanding and lack of pay when Mexican federal police stormed their encampment and proceeded to execute at least 16 people, according to this special report.
Mexican Federal Police Clash with Protesters Before Concert for Missing Students
Federal officers attempted to prevent the Ayotzinapa students from setting up for a solidarity concert on Sunday, sparking clashes that left 22 people injured, including two parents of the missing.