Mexican Drug Violence Kills 100 People in Two Days, Reforma Says
A resurgence of drug-related violence in Mexico has cost the lives of about 100 people in the past two days, Reforma reported.
The latest confrontations bring the death toll in the first 10 days of August to 283 people, the Mexico City-based newspaper said today. In one incident, drug traffickers attacked a hospital in Mugica after injured police officers were taken there.
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