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Politik
04/11/2012

Drogenkrieg: 28 Tote an einem Tag

Seit Mexikos Präsident Calderon der Drogenmafia 2006 den Kampf angesagt hat, sind über 50.000 Menschen ums Leben gekommen.

REUTERSA federal police officer stands behind a police line at a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has become

REUTERSA forensic technician films the body of a man at a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has become one of

REUTERSEvidence markers stand on the pavement next to parked taxis at a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has

REUTERSOnlookers sit in front of two federal police officers near a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has bec

REUTERSResidents look out from their home at a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has become one of Mexicos mo

REUTERSA soldier stands next to packages containing confiscated drugs during a presentation to the media in Tijuana March 14, 2012. The Mexican army seized 56.99 kg of cocaine, 45.54 kilograms of crystal meth and 4 kilos of heroine during an operation in

EPAepa03145115 Handout composite picture shows on 14 March 2012 a seizure of 3.640 liters of heroine that was found by members of the Mexican Army at a secret laboratory near the town of Las Mesas de Pineda, west southern Mexican State of Guerrero. The Se

REUTERSWeapons seized from alleged drugs traffickers are seen before being destroyed, during an operation at a military zone on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez February 16, 2012. The army destroyed 3,091 rifles, 3,697 guns,21 grenades and 456,308 bullets o

REUTERSMexican President Felipe Calderon glances behind after unveiling a banner reading "No More Weapons" during an event next to the Cordova-Americas international border crossing bridge in the border city of Ciudad Juarez February 16, 2012. The army de

REUTERSA Mexican tank destroys weapons seized from alleged drug traffickers, during an operation at a military zone on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez February 16, 2012. The army destroyed 3,091 rifles, 3,697 guns,21 grenades and 456,308 bullets of differe

REUTERSSeized ammunition is displayed to the media during a presentation of suspects in Monterrey February 1, 2012. Five suspects, who were arrested during a police operation, are accused of being members of the Zetas drug cartel. They are also accused of

REUTERSFederal police officers in chemical protective suits remove samples of synthetic drugs after the presentation of suspect Jaime Herrera Herrera alias "El JH" or "El Viejito" to the media at the federal police headquarters in Mexico City February 14

REUTERSA soldier stands next to packages containing confiscated drugs during a presentation to the media in Tijuana March 14, 2012. The Mexican army seized 56.99 kg of cocaine, 45.54 kilograms of crystal meth and 4 kilos of heroine during an operation in

REUTERSA woman places a Mexican flag next to shoes belonging to victims of the drug war at a square in Monterrey January 15, 2012. More than 46,000 people have died in drug-related violence since Mexicos President Felipe Calderon launched an army-led crac

REUTERSA federal police officer stands behind a police line at a crime scene in the municipality of Guadalupe in Monterrey April 10, 2012. Gunmen on Tuesday shot dead seven taxi drivers on the outskirts of the industrial hub of Monterrey, which has become

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