Drug-related violence in Mexico has killed more that 3,000 people this year, and a new BBC survey says nearly half of the country is cowering in fear from warring drug cartels.
Guest: Emilio San Pedro, Americas Editor, BBC World Service
Sex trafficking is an international business and it's become big business in tiny towns across Mexico where human trafficking gangs prey on young women with virtual impunity, as Correspondent Conrad Fox reports.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers have begun apprehending a new kind of illegal immigrant: Mexicans on buses headed back to Mexico. Oddly, this exercise is taking place at Mexico-bound checkpoints near the Tijuana-San Diego border.
Mexico's battle against drug traffickers is looking increasingly like a real war. The Mexican Army is involved, and traffickers are responsing with brazen attacks. The World's Lorne Matalon has the story from Mexico City.
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