Mexican military killed 11 members of the Drug cartel
In the state of Tamaulipas in northeast Mexico, a military patrol in the battle killed 11 people who allegedly were members of the cartel Los Zetas. informs the Ministry of National Defense.
The clash occurred in the evening on November 17 in the small town of Nueva Ciudad Guerrero. The patrol received reports that there are armed men in city. Upon arrival, the military came under fire and returned fire. Two captured alive offenders revealed that they belong to the group of Los Zetas, created in 1990 by former military elite unit of the Mexican Army.
Over the past four years in Mexico, the victims of drug traffickers become 28 thousand people, the cartels are a brutal struggle with each other on a regular basis there are reports of multiple murders. To combat the cartels was involved the Mexican army.
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