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MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXNC
January 11, 2020
People light candles outside of the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
People light candles outside of the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon
People light candles outside of the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXNB
January 11, 2020
A balloon with the acronym "Q.E.P.D.", which means Rest in Peace, is pictured at the Colegio Cervantes...
Torreon, Mexico
A balloon with the acronym "Q.E.P.D.", which means Rest in Peace, is pictured at the Colegio Cervantes...
A balloon with the acronym "Q.E.P.D.", which means Rest in Peace, is pictured at the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXN8
January 11, 2020
People place white balloons in honour of the victims of a shooting at a private school in Torreon, Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
People place white balloons in honour of the victims of a shooting at a private school in Torreon
People place white balloons in honour of the victims of a shooting at a private school in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXM0
January 11, 2020
A woman holds a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
A woman holds a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon
A woman holds a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXLZ
January 11, 2020
People observe silence outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
People observe silence outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon
People observe silence outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTS2XXLX
January 11, 2020
A woman lights a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
A woman lights a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon
A woman lights a candle outside the Colegio Cervantes private school after a shooting in Torreon, Mexico January 10, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSO
August 23, 2019
Viviana Hernandez, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Viviana Hernandez, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSL
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos (L), Viviana Hernandez (C) and Isamar Romero, relatives of missing persons, work...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos (L), Viviana Hernandez (C) and Isamar Romero, relatives of missing persons, work at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSJ
August 23, 2019
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSH
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLSG
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS9
August 23, 2019
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Packaged tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS7
August 23, 2019
Tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Tortillas are pictured at a factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLS4
August 23, 2019
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Silvia Ortiz and Oscar Sanchez, members of 'Grupo Vida', which recently opened a tortilla factory to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, are pictured during an interview with Reuters at their home in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRZ
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/VICTIMS
RTS2NLRY
August 23, 2019
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo...
Torreon, Mexico
Mexican families dig for disappeared relatives
Gabriela Castellanos, relative of a missing person, works at a tortilla factory recently opened by 'Grupo Vida' to cover the operating costs of their community-led forensic digs, in Torreon, Mexico August 19, 2019. Picture taken August 19, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZWJ
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jesus Angulo (R) of Santos Laguna and Fernando Uribe of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZPC
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Luis Quinones of Toluca reacts. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZPB
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Julio Cesar Furch of Santos Laguna in an interview. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZOT
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Julio Cesar Furch of Santos Laguna celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZOS
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Players of Santos Laguna celebrate a goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZOQ
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Carlos Izquierdoz of Santos Laguna and Rodrigo Salinas of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZO4
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jorge Djaniny of Santos Laguna celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZMO
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jorge Djaniny of Santos Laguna celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZM7
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Luis Quinones of Toluca celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZLX
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Luis Quinones of Toluca celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZLO
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Luis Quinones of Toluca celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZLK
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Luis Quinones of Toluca celebrates his goal. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZK9
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jose Abella (R) of Santos Laguna and Luis Quinones of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZJR
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jonathan Javier Rodriguez (L) of Santos Laguna and Rubens Sambueza of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZHL
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jesus Angulo of Santos Laguna and Rubens Sambueza of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZHK
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Julio Cesar Furch of Santos Laguna and Leonel Lopez of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZGX
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jesus Angulo (R) of Santos Laguna and Fernando Uribe of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SOCCER-MEXICO/
RTS1RZG7
May 18, 2018
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium,...
Torreon, Mexico
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca
Football Soccer - Mexican First Division Final First Leg - Santos Laguna v Toluca - TSM Corona stadium, Torreon, Mexico May 17, 2018. Jesus Angulo (R) of Santos Laguna and Fernando Uribe of Toluca in action. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJS
February 23, 2015
Plainclothes police officers stand guard as people with missing relatives search a cemetery in Torreon,...
Torreon, Mexico
Plainclothes police officers stand guard as people with missing relatives search a cemetery in Torreon...
Plainclothes police officers stand guard as people with missing relatives search a cemetery in Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJL
February 23, 2015
People with missing relatives take part in a search at an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts...
Torreon, Mexico
People with missing relatives take part in a search at an area near the village of La Union
People with missing relatives take part in a search at an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts of Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJH
February 23, 2015
People with missing relatives take part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon, in the Mexican state of...
Torreon, Mexico
People with missing relatives take part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon
People with missing relatives take part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJC
February 23, 2015
A man with a missing relative takes part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon, in the Mexican state of...
Torreon, Mexico
A man with a missing relative takes part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon
A man with a missing relative takes part in a search at a cemetery in Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJB
February 23, 2015
People with missing relatives walks past a discarded coffin as they take part in a search for their loved...
Torreon, Mexico
People with missing relatives walks past a discarded coffin as they take part in a search for their loved...
People with missing relatives walks past a discarded coffin as they take part in a search for their loved ones in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts of Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJA
February 23, 2015
People with missing relatives participate in a search in an area near the village of La Union, on the...
Torreon, Mexico
People with missing relatives participate in a search in an area near the village of La Union, on the...
People with missing relatives participate in a search in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts of Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJ7
February 23, 2015
A man uses binoculars as he takes part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of...
Torreon, Mexico
A man uses binoculars as he takes part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of...
A man uses binoculars as he takes part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts of Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/DISSAPEARED
RTR4QVJ5
February 23, 2015
Women take part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts...
Torreon, Mexico
Women take part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts...
Women take part in the search of missing persons in an area near the village of La Union, on the outskirts of Torreon, in the Mexican state of Coahuila February 21, 2015. For the past two months, relatives of missing people in the Mexican city of Torreon have met every Saturday to personally look for missing relatives after the city was severely hit by an increase in murders, due to an intense struggle between rival drug gangs. The Zetas cartel arrived in Torreon in mid-2007 and started battling against the Sinaloa cartel for control over this centre of manufacturing, mining and farming once seen as a model for progress, which then became one of Mexico's most dangerous cities. Picture taken February 21, 2015. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-RECOVERY/
RTR4AHS9
October 16, 2014
Children play football at a newly created social center during an Interior Ministry media tour at the...
GOMEZ PALACIO, Mexico
Children play football at a newly created social center during an Interior Ministry media tour at the...
Children play football at a newly created social center during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Cerro de la Pila neighbourhood in Gomez Palacio, Mexican state of Durango October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS SPORT)
MEXICO-VIOLENCE/
RTR4AHRY
October 16, 2014
A woman talks to her daughter while standing next to a soldier, during an Interior Ministry media tour...
GOMEZ PALACIO, Mexico
A woman talks to her daughter while standing next to a soldier, during an Interior Ministry media tour...
A woman talks to her daughter while standing next to a soldier, during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Cerro de la Pila neighbourhood in Gomez Palacio, Mexican state of Durango October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY MILITARY)
MEXICO-RECOVERY
RTR4AHRQ
October 16, 2014
A graffiti reading "Mexico is moved by Peace" is seen during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Cerro...
GOMEZ PALACIO, Mexico
A graffiti reading "Mexico is moved by Peace" is seen during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Cerro...
A graffiti reading "Mexico is moved by Peace" is seen during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Cerro de la Pila neighbourhood in Gomez Palacio, Mexican state of Durango October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-RECOVERY/
RTR4AHRI
October 16, 2014
An elderly man sits outside his home during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood...
Torreon, Mexico
Elderly man sits outside his home during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood...
An elderly man sits outside his home during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-RECOVERY/
RTR4AHRH
October 16, 2014
A view of abandoned houses during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in...
Torreon, Mexico
A view of abandoned houses during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in...
A view of abandoned houses during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY)
MEXICO-RECOVERY/
RTR4AHRF
October 16, 2014
A worker is seen outside an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
A worker is seen outside an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico...
A worker is seen outside an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
MEXICO-RECOVERY/
RTR4AHRA
October 16, 2014
A man casts his shadow as a dog (C) is seen, during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico...
Torreon, Mexico
A man casts his shadow as a dog is seen, during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood...
A man casts his shadow as a dog (C) is seen, during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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October 16, 2014
A reporter walks past an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood...
Torreon, Mexico
A reporter walks past an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood...
A reporter walks past an abandoned house during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY)
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October 16, 2014
A graffiti of the Zetas drug gang is seen on a wall at an abandoned house, during an Interior Ministry...
Torreon, Mexico
A graffiti of the Zetas drug gang is seen on a wall at an abandoned house, during an Interior Ministry...
A graffiti of the Zetas drug gang is seen on a wall at an abandoned house, during an Interior Ministry media tour at the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood in Torreon, Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. Mexico's Interior Ministry is trying to help families in the cities of Torreon and Gomez Palacio to recover their lives after years of drug-related violence which have caused entire villages to flee their homes from organized crime, local media reported. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took office two years ago pledging to end a wave of violence that has killed around 100,000 people since the start of 2007. Although homicides have fallen on his watch, other crimes have increased, including extortion and kidnapping. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS CRIME LAW DRUGS)
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October 16, 2014
A man waits for the bus in the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood of Torreon in the Mexican state of Coahuila...
Torreon, Mexico
Man waits for the bus in the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood of Torreon in the Mexican state of Coahuila
A man waits for the bus in the Nuevo Mexico neighbourhood of Torreon in the Mexican state of Coahuila October 16, 2014. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
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April 24, 2014
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna...
Torreon, Mexico
Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during...
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebrating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna...
Torreon, Mexico
Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebrating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during...
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus gestures while celebrating his goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Players of Argentina's Lanus (L) celebrate after winning against Mexico's Santos Laguna in their Copa...
Torreon, Mexico
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate after winning against Mexico's Santos Laguna in their Copa Libertadores...
Players of Argentina's Lanus (L) celebrate after winning against Mexico's Santos Laguna in their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. Argentina's Lanus won the match 2-0. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Diego Gonzalez (L) of Argentina's Lanus battles for the ball with Pablo Rodriguez of Mexico's Santos...
Torreon, Mexico
Gonzalez of Argentina's Lanus battles for the ball with Rodriguez of Mexico's Santos Laguna during their...
Diego Gonzalez (L) of Argentina's Lanus battles for the ball with Pablo Rodriguez of Mexico's Santos Laguna during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz's goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna as...
Torreon, Mexico
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz's goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna as...
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz's goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna as Santos goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez (R) reacts during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz' goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during...
Torreon, Mexico
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz' goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during...
Players of Argentina's Lanus celebrate teammate Paolo Goltz' goal against Mexico's Santos Laguna during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus celebates after scoring a goal against Mexico's Santo Laguna during...
Torreon, Mexico
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus celebates after scoring a goal against Mexico's Santo Laguna during...
Ismael Blanco of Argentina's Lanus celebates after scoring a goal against Mexico's Santo Laguna during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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April 24, 2014
Jonathan Lacerda (L) of Mexico's Santos Laguna battles for the ball with Paolo Goltz of Argentina's Lanus...
Torreon, Mexico
Lacerda of Mexico's Santos Laguna battles for the ball with Goltz of Argentina's Lanus during their Copa...
Jonathan Lacerda (L) of Mexico's Santos Laguna battles for the ball with Paolo Goltz of Argentina's Lanus during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at the TSM Corona stadium in Torreon April 23, 2014. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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