When missionaries and pastors serving in Mexico discuss drug violence, a common theme emerges. People are suffering and dying in terrible ways, they say, but the fear this creates is driving unprecedented numbers of Mexicans – especially teens and tw..
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Delacruz holds church services and Bible studies on his patio in the rough, rural neighborhood where he lives near the border. It's an area plagued by poverty and crime, where thousands who've entered the U.S. illegally have settled after fleeing the..
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Monterrey – a city of 4 million, two and a half hours south of the U.S. border – is a Mexican financial and industrial powerhouse. It's also the place where the Zetas crime syndicate burned to death 52 innocent people in a casino fire last year to av..
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