Backstory: Drug Violence in Monterrey Mexico

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Monterrey is Mexico's financial capital and was once considered the safest city in Latin America, that is, until the arrival of the drug war. We’ll speak with Human Rights Watch researcher Nik Steinberg about the influx of organized crime and drug related violence into the city.


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Comments [1]

Joan Minsky from Pittsburgh, PA

I have followed Nik Steinberg's stories with great interest. Not only is his writing done extremely well, but his explanations in the discussions on NPR and the like are extremely interesting, understandable and make for good listening.

Jun. 06 2011 08:03 PM

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