Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Mexico's drug war hits historic Monterrey
We've been reporting how drug related violence has devastated one of Mexico's largest cities, Monterrey. The neighbourhoods were once lively, but now they're ghost towns, where the powerful Zetas cartel has set up shop to traffic drugs. In the third part of this series, Al Jazeera's Rachel Levin visits the city's once thriving historic centre.
Posted by The Progressive Rambler at 11:17 AM