21 people executed in Guanajuato in less than 30 hours last week

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In less than 30 hours, 21 people were executed in several incidents and attacks that took place in the state of Guanajuato: 6 of them in Leon, 5 in Salvatierra, 4 in Tarimoro, 2 in Salamanca, 2 in Irapuato, 1 in Celaya and 1 in Abasolo. While the capital was preparing for the opening of the International Cervantino Festival, 21 people were killed between More...

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