Mexican drug death toll rises

Firefighters have found six bodies inside a burning car in the Mexican border town of Tijuana.

Elsewhere in a violent few days, 15 people were killed in three separate shootings in another northern border town besieged by drug violence.

And on Mexico’s southern border with Guatemala, the bullet-ridden bodies of eight men suspected to be drug traffickers were found.

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