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Monday, 12 April 2010

Rival 'Mara' gang members battle over drug turf in Honduras; 9 killed in gunfire overnight | San Francisco Examiner

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Rival 'Mara' gang members battle over drug turf in Honduras; 9 killed in gunfire overnight | San Francisco Examiner: "shootout between rival street gangs battling for control of the drug trade killed nine people in Honduras overnight, an official said Sunday.
Gang members wearing police uniforms and ski masks burst into a house in a crime-plagued area on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa and began shooting, Deputy Security Minister Armando Calidonio said. People inside returned fire, and seven men and two women were killed.
The shooters and victims were all believed to be associated with two notorious gangs: the Mara Salvatrucha and the rival Mara 18, Calidonio said."

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