Mexican drug gangs take war to the streets

Residents in the towns of Huejucar, Florencia and Bolanas are getting caught up in the crossfire.

    Rival Mexican drug cartel groups are taking their turf wars to the streets of northern Mexico.

    Residents in the towns of Huejucar, Florencia and Bolanas are getting caught up in the crossfire during street battles between the Zetas and Sinolas gangs.

    Adam Raney reports from Jalisco.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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