“You bullshit. We are past the colonization stage. Don’t fuck with us,” he said.
The government’s fight against criminal cartels accounted for 23,000 deaths in 2016.
Young children could face adult charges and even the death penalty.
More than 7,000 people have been killed since Duterte initiated the crackdown last summer.
He recently opined that "good people don't smoke marijuana."
In Mexico’s northern states, life expectancy fell by as much as three years.
The pontiff should recognize that drug prohibition has proved to be a cure far worse than the disease.
In two novels spanning four decades, Don Winslow goes deep on the real-world conflict consuming Mexico.
The 49-year-old former teacher is wanted for the 2009 murder of 12 Mexican federal police officers.
Scientists and scholars discussed experiments with psychedelics drugs to treat anxiety, depression, addiction and other issues at a recent conference in New York City.
A keen horseman who used a network of cattle ranches in the northern state of Chihuahua to store shipments of Colombian cocaine, Carrillo took over the Juarez Cartel in 1997 after his brother Amado died during plastic surgery.
The drug lord was captured in San Miguel de Allende, a tourist enclave, where he was working as a real estate agent and art vendor
During Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto’s first year in office, after promising to cut back on everyday violence, there were 22,732 recorded homicides
The government had offered a reward of 30 million pesos ($2.3 million) for information leading to the capture of Luis Fernando Sanchez Arellano, known as 'the engineer'
Sacks of confiscated weed burned, spirals of smoke visible across Lazarat
"He had tickets to go to the Brazil-Mexico game today," the police said in a statement
Jung belonged to the Medellín Cartel and so was involved with roughly 89 percent of the cocaine being smuggled into the U.S.
A 73-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the discovery of the tunnels, which ran from Mexico to the United States and were used for smuggling
“The fall of its leader won’t affect its operations. It will be business as usual,” said an expert on the Sinaloa cartel