Tag: <span>Mexican Drug War</span>

Mexico’s “King of Heroin” Arrested; Faces Drug Trafficking Charges in Mexico and U.S.

Today in Latin America Top Story — Mexican police arrested Wednesday José Antonio Medina, known as “The King of Heroin,” who allegedly brought an average of 440 pounds of heroin a […] Read More >

Immigration: Border Patrol And Mexican Police Make History At Mexican Border

NOGALES, ARIZ. — In a politically sensitive operation at the Arizona-Mexico border, U.S. Border Patrol agents and Mexican federal police officers are training together, sharing intelligence and coordinating patrols for […] Read More >

Mexican Drug War: Suspected Tijuana Cartel Leaders Raydel López Uriarte, Manuel García Simentel Arrested

Today in Latin America Top Story –The Mexican authorities arrested Raydel López Uriarte and Manuel García Simentel, allegedly the two remaining leaders of the Tijuana narcotrafficking cartel. Manuel is suspected […] Read More >

E-2 Visas Provide Immigration Opportunities to Wealthy Mexicans Fleeing Violence

SAN DIEGO — Last year Jorge, a Tijuana business owner who asked for anonymity for safety reasons, was driving home from work when several cars attempted to corner him. When […] Read More >

Mexico Sends More Troops To Tijuana To Combat Drug Cartels

The Mexican government plans to send an additional 860 soldiers to the border city of Tijuana to combat the drug cartels operating within the region, according to an Associated Press […] Read More >