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01.06.2009

Concern Grows in the U.S. That the Drug War Is Destablizing Mexico

45,000 Mexican military personnel have been dispatched to centers of drug violence across the country to stamp out the growing violence. (San Francisco Chronicle, 13.03.2009)[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

DRUG CARTELS' NEW WEAPONRY MEANS WAR - Mexico Under Siege

Narcotics traffickers are acquiring firepower more appropriate to an army - including grenade launchers and antitank rockets - and the police are feeling outgunned. (Los Angeles Times, 15.03.2009)[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

Der von Präsident Calderon ausgerufene Krieg gegen die Drogen hat heuer bereits mehr als tausend Tote gefordert.

(Wiener Zeitung, 06.03.2009)[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

MEXICO'S DRUG WAR CREATES NEW CLASS OF REFUGEES

Business Owners, Law Enforcement Officers, Journalists and Other Professionals Are Among Those Seeking Asylum in the U.S. - Even When It Means Sitting in Jail. (Los Angeles Times, 04.03.2009)[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

THE WAR WE GAVE MEXICO

The Drugs, Guns and Culture That Fuel the Violence All Are Linked to the U.S. Early in the last century, near the end of his 34 bloody years in power, the aging Mexican strongman Porfirio Diaz mused that his country's great...[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

Mexican Troops Occupy Ciudad Juarez, US Officials Urge Greater Cooperation in Fight Against Cartels.

(Drug War Chronicle, Issue 575, 06.03.2009)[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25

01.06.2009

Gates says US military can help Mexico in drug war

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the U.S. is in the position to provide more help to Mexico in the fight against drug cartels operating near the U.S. border.Gates says some of the old biases against cooperation between the...[mehr]

Kategorie: Mexiko, dgs-info, Ausgabe 25