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People keep coming, telling me: ‘I’m afraid for me and my children. I need to go.
The New York Times
A nice viz by theeconomist using PRIO data (and yeah, civilian deaths are left out of this picture).
Militias spring up across Mexico to defend communities but authorities fear ‘rebel force’ and an ‘undeclared civil war’
Andrew Gumbel on solitary confinement in American prisons.
Xaltianguis, outside of Acapulco, used to be a mecca for murder, kidnapping and extortionâuntil the town’s women banded together to take protection into their own hands. Photos by Katie Orlinsky.
Fed up with narco-violence, farmers and residents in southern Mexico state take law into their own hands
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