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Night of Terror: Mexican Police and Heavily Armed Cartels Face Off in Acapulco - VICE News

The governor of Mexico's beleaguered southern state of Guerrero has promised to step up efforts to contain local drug cartels. The pledge came in response to a night of intense violence in the coastal city of Acapulco involving multiple clashes between ...and more »

Gunmen in Acapulco launch targeted attacks on police - Globalnews.ca

ACAPULCO, Mexico — Armed men launched near-simultaneous assaults on police in the Pacific resort of Acapulco, leaving one attacker dead and an officer wounded and terrifying residents in what has become one of the world's deadliest cities. The attacks ...and more »

Acapulco paralyzed by fear after gunfights between police and gang members - Los Angeles Times

The Pacific city of Acapulco remained gripped by fear Tuesday with thousands of businesses and many schools shuttered following two brazen attacks on federal authorities — the latest round of bloodshed in the city's long fall from storied vacation ...and more »

VIDEO: Mexican Beach Resort Town Turned Into Cartel War Zone - Breitbart News

Over the weekend the Mexican beach resort Town of Acapulco Guerrero turned into a war zone as convoys carrying cartel gunmen clashed with police and military forces. Mexican authorities have released minimal details in an attempt to downplay the ...and more »

Mexican Resort Becomes War Zone As Cartels, Cops Get Into Gun Battle - Daily Caller

Mexican cartel killers shot up the local federal police headquarters as well as a hotel known to be frequented by cops in the tourist town of Acapulco in what became a two-hour gun battle Sunday. The BBC reports that tourists and locals alike in the ...and more »

Gunmen attack police, sowing panic in Acapulco - eNCA

Federal Police Officers are seen near an abandoned car with two corpses in its trunk in Acapulco, Mexico on December 18, 2014. Federal Police Officers are seen near an abandoned car with two corpses in its trunk in Acapulco, Mexico on December 18, ...and more »