They may not travel to the Morelos, Villa, and Zapata districts of Chihuahua. Highway 67 through the Presidio, Texas Port of Entry. Coahuila state — Level 3: Violent crime and gang activity are common in parts of Coahuila state. Colima state — Level 4: Do Not Travel Do not travel due to crime. Durango state — Level 3: Violent crime and gang activity are common in parts of Durango state. There are no additional restrictions on travel for U.
Estado de Mexico state — Level 3: Guanajuato state — Level 2: Guerrero state — Level 4: Hidalgo state — Level 2: Jalisco state — Level 3: Mexico City — Level 2: Morelos state — Level 3: Violent crime and gang activity are common in parts of Morelos state. Nayarit state — Level 3: Tepic San Blas There are no restrictions on travel for U.
Nuevo Leon state — Level 3: Violent crime and gang activity are common in parts of Nuevo Leon state. Oaxaca state — Level 2: Highway northwest of Pinotepa. Puebla state — Level 2: Queretaro state — Level 2: Quintana Roo state — Level 2: San Luis Potosi state — Level 3: Violent crime and gang activity are common in parts of San Luis Potosi state. Sinaloa state — Level 4: Violent crime is widespread.
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Criminal organizations are based and operating in Sinaloa state. Los Mochis and Topolobampo: Sonora state — Level 3: The strength of the Mexican drug cartels' firepower now rivals even that of the regular army. Both the cartels and the Mexican state get their arms from the United States. Congress allowed the federal ban on assault weapons to expire in Drug smuggling also make a key part of this equation.
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The violence, simmering for more than a decade, exploded in in Nuevo Laredo, a crucial crossing point to U. In , drug-related killings surpassed 2,, up from 2, in But they use fragmentation grenades, shotguns, grenade launchers. And she has no doubts about where the weaponry originates. The arms intercepted on the border are likely a small fraction of those that make it through.
In December, the U. In both cases, bureau agents said most of the weapons were purchased at gun shows and were bound for Mexico. Seizures across the border have been even more dramatic. In August, a single raid at the Nogales crossing yielded weapons, and in February the Mexican army seized a tractor-trailer loaded with some 20 Ms, M-4 carbines, and grenade launchers—along with an armored pickup truck—in Matamoros.
A federal agent involved in the raid was killed the following day by AK fire.
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In a strange case of role reversal, Mexican officials are increasingly taking the United States to task for failing to stop the guns from entering their national territory—echoing their counterparts in Washington, with their continual criticism of Mexico over the northward flow of drugs. In that joint responsibility the U. We cannot confront this problem alone. Follow Stephanie Nolen on Twitter snolen.
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