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17 Oct 2010 03:44 GMT | Latin America, Mexico
Monterrey and the state it is situated in - Nuevo Leon - have become some of Mexico's most violent places after a turf war broke out between two major drug cartels. More than 600 people have been killed in the last year, and as a result the state and authorities have launched an unprecedented war against drug gangs. As Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Monterrey, fear and frustration have gripped the city.
Source: Al Jazeera
Six people killed during shooting in Ciudad Juarez, while another four die in gun battle in city of Monterrey.
US & Canada, Latin America, Mexico, United States
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Human Rights, Politics, Saudi Arabia
Salman, defence minister since 2011, takes the throne at age of 79 after demise of his half-brother King Abdullah.
Politics, Middle East, Saudi Arabia
As the world's elite gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, many Paris citizens struggling just to get by.
Main opposition Syriza party's platform of delaying debt repayment aims to sweep vote and undo austerity hardship.
Politics, Germany, Greece
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visibly shaken condemning 'horrendous' killing purportedly shown in new video.
War & Conflict, Asia Pacific
Ban Ki-moon backs African Union proposal to send soldiers to fight Boko Haram in Nigeria, as Chad bombs armed group.
War & Conflict, Africa
The stories of Palestinians deported from Israel between 1977 and 2012, their lives in exile and their longing for home.
Politics, War & Conflict, Israel
On Lamu island, off the coast of Kenya, donkeys outnumber cars and are key to earning a living.
Arts & Culture, Sport, Environment
The Senegalese-American recording artist talks frankly about US race relations, "rebranding" Africa, and his music.
Arts & Culture, Politics, Science & Technology
Fault Lines examines why, despite 'Obamacare', more than five million Americans have been left without any healthcare.
Health, United States, Barack Obama