Mexican drug cartels seek peace pact

Mexico’s two main drug cartels are reaching out to each other in an attempt to end a recent round of bloody turf battles, Mexican and U.S. officials confirmed Monday. The officials told The Associated Press the effort is aimed at stopping battles to control lucrative trafficking routes to the U.S. market. The circumstances of the negotiations between the Sinaloa and the Gulf cartels — first reported in The Dallas Morning News Monday — were not clear. Full Story

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