14 Dead in Mexico Drug Violence |

February 21, 2010 by Post Team 

14 Dead in Mexico Drug Violence | JUAREZ: Gunmen killed 14 people in the northern Mexican border state of Chihuahua overnight on Friday, including three women and two students.

Ten of the victims were killed in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico’s “crime capital” which sits across the border from El Paso, Texas, the office of the Chihuahua’s deputy prosecutor said.

Early on Saturday, a group of gunmen attacked a couple traveling in a car with young children. The attackers forced the family out of the car, separated the parents from the children and sprayed them all with bullets.

The lifeless body of a woman bearing signs of violence and concealed under old tires was also found lying on a street in Ciudad Juarez.

Seven other men, including two students about 20 years of age, were also killed overnight.

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