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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Hitmen intensify attacks in Mexico's richest city | Reuters

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Hitmen intensify attacks in Mexico's richest city | Reuters: "Firing automatic weapons and grenade launchers, brazen hitmen in Monterrey have killed at least 10 police officers and shot up police stations, attacked a prison, killed bystanders, and threatened local journalists in a burst of violence across the city that was once known as one of Latin America's safest.

In a sign that a two-month period of relative calm has ended in the city that has close U.S. business ties, drug gangs hung the half-naked body of a woman from a bridge on December 31, the most gruesome act since 51 bodies were found in a mass grave just outside the city last July.

'We're on alert, we're ready for these kind of criminal attacks against the authorities,' Nuevo Leon state Governor Rodrigo Medina, the top regional official, told reporters this week. 'We have to be ready for a difficult scenario.'"

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